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Multi-hyphenate Donald Glover goes again on tour as Infantile Gambino.

The musician-writer-actor-director-producer shocked followers with the late-night launch of “Atavista,” a reworked model of his 2020 venture “3.15.20.”

The album drop was accompanied by information of an upcoming tour. “The New World Tour,” which begins in August, will embody performances in North America, Europe, the U.Ok., Australia and New Zealand, in accordance with Glover’s social media put up.

Glover, who just lately helped create and stars in a “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” sequence reboot for Amazon Prime, had beforehand instructed followers that his 2018 tour could be “the final Infantile Gambino tour ever.”

However for weeks, Glover has been teasing Infantile Gambino’s return.

In April, Glover appeared at Coachella as a shock visitor throughout rapper Tyler, the Creator’s headlining set.

After the looks, Glover revealed on an Instagram livestream that he would launch two remaining Infantile Gambino albums.

He additionally shared the tracklist for the album on an Instagram Story. Ariana Grande, 21 Savage, Summer season Walker and others are collaborators on the album.

On Sunday, Glover additionally launched a music video for “Little Foot Large Foot” feat. Younger Nudy. The roughly six-minute black-and-white music video options Glover taking part in a jazz-age entertainer, and Quinta Brunson, the venue proprietor.

Along with “Atavista,” Glover mentioned he could be releasing a brand new album this summer time. He didn’t disclose a particular date.

A second album, Glover mentioned, shall be a soundtrack to his upcoming movie “Bando Stone and the New World.”

“This final Infantile Gambino album is a soundtrack to this movie and it is for my followers,” he mentioned.

Glover has been hinting at retirement for years, telling followers in 2017 that the Infantile Gambino persona had an finish date.

After successful a Grammy for greatest conventional R&B efficiency in 2018, he reiterated his intention to finish the musical venture.

“I like endings and I feel they’re necessary to progress,” he mentioned in a information convention on the award present.

Glover, who starred and created the hit sequence “Atlanta,” has a number of different tasks within the works.

He is anticipated to return for Peacock‘s “Group: The Film,” which can reunite the solid of the Dan Harmon comedy sequence.

“It’s occurring however I don’t know when. I swear, it’s occurring,” Glover instructed Deadline in a current interview.

He may also once more voice Simba within the upcoming Disney live-action movie, “Mufasa: The Lion King,” which can hit theaters on Dec. 20.

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