After landing a Grammy nomination with 2013's Because the Internet, Childish Gambino (also known as the actor/writer/show creator Donald Glover) went on to deliver one of the year's breakout TV series with the FX hit Atlanta. Though he released two projects in between, with his STN MTN mixtape and the Kauai EP in 2014, new music from the multi-faceted star has been scarce since.
This year, though, there have been rumblings of a forthcoming Childish Gambino album. In September, Gambino hosted a three-day event in Joshua Tree, Calif. dubbed the Pharos Experience, teasing new material that was "a fusion of funk, soul, hip-hop and blues."
Since his Labor Day weekend escapades, Gambino has remained mum, but on Monday (Nov. 7), news surfaced that the rapper/actor may have a project on the way. Here's all the tidbits we know (so far).
Though Gambino hasn't announced the official date of his highly-anticipated album, several sites including Amazon Germany and AllMusic.com showed that a project was due Dec. 2 via his label home Glassnote Records. In addition, an FYE store shared the date as well.