After securing his first Grammy Award for best traditional R&B performance with "Redbone" at Sunday night's (Jan. 28) ceremony, Donald Glover met the media to give some insight into his next project. The 34-year-old reiterated his plans to retire Childish Gambino after his upcoming fourth studio album, which is already in the works.
The Awaken, My Love! rapper initially threw fans off when he announced he would be partnering with RCA Records last week (Jan. 22). When his earlier retirement claims came into question after the Grammys, Glover laid the rumors to rest by confirming his plans to stop making music. “I stand by that," Donald told the press, while showing off his new Grammy award. "I’m really appreciative of this. I’m making another project right now, but I like endings, I think they’re important to progress.”