Act like he ain't got a belt in two classes.
Donald Glover AKA Childish Gambino AKA the 2016 prototype of the renaissance man has finally released his highly anticipated FX television series, Atlanta, which he has created and stars in. Atlanta, which follows the everyman experience of a few men trying to break into the rap industry, has received rave reviews based on just a few episodes, with some critics going so far to say that it's the best new show of the season. With his experience writing for 30 Rock, Glover probably went into this project with the wisdom to succeed at this not-so-simple task.
Atlanta, part-comedy and part-drama, is a perfect hybrid of Glover's passions/talents - a funny show about hip-hop. And now that it's getting the major critical shine, we bet that all of Donald's fans, whether Community-heads or Gambino-groupies, will be tuning in. Is this a turning point for Glover? Was his music a blip in the scope of his career? Has Donald gone Hollywood, and is he staying there?