Yeat Teases Donald Glover and Drake Collabs for New Album '2093'

Yeat's been in the studio with Childish Gambino.

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Yeat is teasing his new album 2093 with a picture of Donald Glover in the studio and a screenshot of a FaceTime call with recent collaborator Drake.

In a recent Instagram post featuring a carousel of images, Yeat promised that 2093 is coming sometime in February. Alongside photos showing him in Paris with Zack Bia, Yeat also included a screenshot of a recent chat with Drizzy and one of Glover in a recording booth. In an Instagram Stories post, Yeat added, "me n gambino going chips for grass and yall would never know."

2023 was a huge year for Yeat, who scored his highest charting album to date with Afterlyfe. The follow-up promises to make an even bigger splash when it arrives thanks to his major collaboration with Drake, "IDGAF." The track appeared on For All the Dogs and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Glover, meanwhile, hasn't been as active under his Childish Gambino moniker on account of all those other projects he's got going on, including the upcoming Prime Video series Mr. & Mrs. Smith. He did make an appearance on Summer Walker's "New Type" last year, though, and starred in the trailer for 21 Savage's album American Dream.

In an interview with Complex's Eric Skelton last year, Glover was asked what he believes the meaning of life is, and it was mentioned that Yeat was asked the same question. "Oh, man. I want to know what Yeat said," he replied, to which he was told it was just "Shmadonka," whatever that means. "'Shmadonka.' That's a cool answer," Glover added.

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