Childish Gambino drops ‘Atavista,’ the finished version of ‘3.15.20,’ announces world tour

Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover in the film and TV industry, dropped a new version of his 2020 album ‘3.15.20’ under its original name, ‘Atavista,’ which he called “the finished version” of his fourth studio album.

Gambino has also dropped the album’s first single, the upbeat ‘Little Big Foot’ – the accompanying music video was directed by Glover’s ‘Atlanta’ series director and Emmy-winner Hiro Murai, stars ‘Abbott Elementary’ creator and star Quinta Brunson and features Young Nudy. He will follow with what he says is the last installment of the Gambino project, which will serve as the soundtrack to his film ‘Bando Storm and the New World’.

Childish Gambino – ‘Atavista’ artwork

‘Atavista’ tracklist:

01. Atavista
02. Algorythm
03. Time feat. Ariana Grande
04. Psilocybae (Millennial Love) feat. 21 Savage, Ink & Kadhja Bonet
05. To Be Hunted
06. Sweet Thang feat. Summer Walker
07. Little Foot Big Foot feat. Young Nudy
08. Why Go To The Party
09. Human Sacrifice
10. The Violence
11. Final Church

Childish Gambino will embark on a world tour this August with special guests Willow and Aamarae, four years after first releasing his ‘3.15.20’ album, which was re-released this Sunday – check out the dates below.

North American tour dates with Willow:

August 11th – Paycom Center – Oklahoma City, OK
August 12th – T-Mobile Center – Kansas City, MO
August 14th – Fiserv Forum – Milwaukee, WI
August 15th – Schottenstein Center – Columbus, OH
August 17th – Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI
August 18th – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, Ontario
August 20th – PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, PA
August 21st – Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA
August 23rd – TD Garden – Boston, MA
August 24th – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT
August 26th – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY
August 27th – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY
August 29th – Capital One Arena – Washington, D.C.
August 30th – PNC Arena – Raleigh, NC
September 1st – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
September 2nd – State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA
September 4th – Amalie Arena – Tampa, FL
September 5th – Amerant Bank Arena – Sunrise, FL
September 7th – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans, LA
September 8th – Toyota Center – Houston, TX
September 10th – Moody Center – Austin, TX
September 11th – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
September 13th – Ball Arena – Denver, CO
September 14th – Delta Center – Salt Lake City, UT
September 16th – Footprint Center – Phoenix, AZ
September 18th – Arena – Los Angeles, CA
September 19th – Arena – Los Angeles, CA
September 21st – Chase Center – San Francisco, CA
September 23rd – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, British Columbia
September 24th – Moda Center – Portland, OR
September 25th – Climate Pledge Arena – Seattle, WA
September 27th – Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, Alberta
September 29th – Rogers Place – Edmonton, Alberta
October 2nd – Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN
October 3rd – United Center – Chicago, IL

European/UK tour dates with Aamarae:

October 31st – LDLC Arena – Lyon, FR
November 2nd – Unipol Forum – Milan, IT
November 4th – Lanxess Arena – Cologne, DE
November 6th – Barclays Arena – Hamburg, DE
November 8th – Oslo Spektrum – Oslo, NO
November 10th – Royal Arena – Copenhagen, DK
November 12th – O2 arena – Prague, CZ
November 13th – Uber Arena – Berlin, DE
November 19th – Accor Arena – Paris, FR
November 21st – Olympiahalle – Munich, DE
November 23rd – ING Arena – Brussels, BE
November 24th – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, NL
November 26th – AO Arena – Manchester, UK
November 28th – OVO Hydro – Glasgow, UK
November 30th – The O2 – London, UK
December 1st – The O2 – London, UK
December 3rd – Utilita Arena – Birmingham, UK
December 5th – 3Arena – Dublin, IE

Australian tour dates with Aamarae:

January 28th – Spark Arena – Auckland, NZ
February 1st – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Brisbane, QLD
February 4th – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
February 7th – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
February 11th – RAC Arena – Perth, WA

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