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Listen: New Childish Gambino Track Featuring Beck

Written by Marc Zanotti on May 31, 2012

Some Kind of Awesome have reported that rapper Childish Gambino has uploaded another track from his forthcoming mixtape. On the latest track, Childish Gambino (real name Donald Glover) has collaborated with the ever-shifting musical oddity Beck.

As Music Feeds previously reported, Beck also has just released a new solo single titled I Just Started Hating Some People Today via Jack White’s label Third Man Records.

As for this other new track with Gambino, it is the fifth song released by Glover over the last few weeks, with the previous songs titled We Ain’t Them, Black Faces, Unnecessary and Tell Me all set to feature on the elusive yet-to-be titled mixtape.

This latest track is also currently untitled, but there’s speculation its official name will be Silk Pillow. It’s a catchy tune, and see Beck open up proceedings with a rap verse of his own. Check it out:

Listen: Childish Gambino – ‘Silk Pillow’ – featuring Beck

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