Childish Gambino has released an early stream of his new album Because the Internet. The 19-song project includes features from Chance The Rapper, Jhené Aiko, Azealia Banks, as well as Problem, who offers infectious ad-libs on "Sweatpants." The tracklist may seem a bit lengthy, but there's a number of interludes that tie the project together. There's also a slight difference on the album version of "Telegraph Ave" compared to the one that was previously released. It features an intro of Power 106's Yesi Ortiz promoting a new Lloyd song called "Oakland" on the radio. This seamlessly transitions into Gambino's song. On first listen Because the Internet is a marked improvement to his last studio release Camp and definitely has radio potential on songs like "Telegraph Ave" and "Pink Toes."
Stream Childish Gambino's Because the Internet below through iTunes.
itunes stream of 'because the internet': http://t.co/CbAmMomxQP— Childish Gambino (@DonaldGlover) December 3, 2013
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