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Atlanta-born rapper, Childish Gambino (real name, Donald Glover) released the visuals to his new single this weekend and the Internet has been buzzing ever since.

On top his performance, he was also the host of the episode.

The choreography shifts from gun violence, to suicide, to viral videos.

Why? Well, that is immediately clear from watching it. Glover's disjointed trap song is accompanied by a seemingly one-take video that is as viscerally violent as it is compelling, which dives.

This new song, aptly titled "Saturday", is vastly different than "This Is America" and stays with the funk and soul roots that were present on Gambino's 2016 album "Awaken, My Love!".

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The video is made to look like it's been filmed all in one shot. The Hiro Murai-directed music video is shot in a fluid format and references significant moments from the past and recent events.

Donald Glover is all anyone is talking about this Monday. He recently did an insanely cool and casual tour of the Millennium Falcon. He recently left Glassnote Records for RCA ready for the release.

The video's choreographer, Sherrie Silver, retweeted a comment, perhaps in agreement, from someone who argued: "Childish Gambino's dance moves distracted all of us from the craziness that was happening in the background of the video & that's exactly the point he's trying to make".

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