Childish Gambino – I’d Die Without You

Childish Gambino recently paid a visit to BBC 1Xtra for an impressive, unplugged performance of "3005" and a cover to PM Dawn's classic hit "I'd Die Without You." For those who never heard of him sing, definitely tune in. You'll find the multi-faceted Donald Glover flexing that multi-dimensional music talent for sure. Watch his performance above and take a listen to "3005" below, enjoy.

"3005"

By: Staff / Soul/R&B / February 5, 2014 / 9814 Views
  • Kanye west

    about time this guy got some recognition! Might sign him to G.O.O.D.

  • William Figment

    I don't think GOOD would let him do his thing honestly but you're right about time time he gets more recognition

  • drdernial

    Ridiculous amount of talent

  • Curtis Coffey

    This is a song about Water its pretty good

  • Sarah

    Gambino on some Frank Ocean ISH

  • Mitchye Kennedy

    Donald Is amazing in every way

  • kk

    Arguably better...

  • Jaimie Fry

    I swear he's not wearing pants

  • Bertie Simpson

    don't think there's an argument there. frank ocean is clearly better vocally. gambino is sick though, big fan

  • Hugo

    true dat

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSZ55hEkxnM TopBananas

    G.O.O.D. is a graveyard. He's doing fine at Glassnote

  • Don Pedro

    Um... did you not hear FO perform at the MTV Awards? Compare that to this.

  • kanye west

    this guy is such a nerdy hippy, a very talented one though.

  • Bertie Simpson

    haha i just checked it out. that was a pretty fuckin bad performance. still prefer ocean's tone generally though

  • Avril111

    my Aunty Grace got a nearly new blue Kia by
    working part time from the internet. look at this now B­i­g­4­1­.­ℂ­o­m

  • True

    Chainz, Sean, Push, Kanye and John Legend all dropped last year. Except for 1 or 2 outcasts GOOD does a pretty good job of dropping consistent material compared to most other Rapper owned labels

  • Jean Paul Versace

    His earpiece was messed up during the performance

  • sxulx

    wouldnt be mad if his next venture was into slow r&b