Content Warning: The music video for "This is America" contains sensitive material that viewers may find distressing.
The Grammy victor also debuted another track called Saturday - his first new music since his 2016 album Awaken, My Love!
The 34-year-old Golden Globe-winner debuted the song (and video) over the Weekend during his hosting and guest starring appearance on Saturday Night Live. It is a bold, biting commentary on modern American discourse and the racial disparity, gun violence and vanity that come with it. The number, directed by Hiro Murai, reflects the current political turmoil in the United States, especially pertaining to gun violence, an issue that is taking America by storm right now.
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While fielding questions in 2016 about his abrupt departure from the hit NBC comedy Community, Glover appeared to hope for the death of Donald Trump. Most crucially, it is a deeply nuanced visual manifestation of how social trends and pop culture - in this case, Glover's dancing - pose as a serious distraction from all the chaos in the background.
Fans also believe that's SZA sitting on top of a auto at the end of the video, or someone that really looks like her.
The video starts with Gambino inside a warehouse as lyrics about having a party begin to play out before the music star breaks things up by shooting a hooded prisoner in the head. Despite his tremendous success, Glover believes it's time to retire his music alter-ego. He recently did an insanely cool and casual tour of the Millennium Falcon.