Childish Gambino To Give The Money Made From His New EP To Clean Up The Environment
Childish Gambino released his new mixtape STN MTN today and is taking the money made from the EP that will accompany it to keep the world clean.
The mixtape, which is named after Gambino’s home town of Stone Mountain, Georgia, is an 11-track record on which he flows over popular Atlanta instrumentals including “Money Baby,” “Move That Dope” and Ludacris’ “Southern Hospitality.” According to an interview with Complex, the DJ Drama-hosted tape is followed by an EP entitled KAUAI. “The Gangsta Grillz mixtape is sort of like — it’s a dream. And the dream ends when I wake up in Kauai. And they go into each other — it’s one complete project. You can download the mixtape, and you can go buy the EP,” he told the magazine earlier this week.
But that is not all, in the true Childish Gambino nature of staying outside of the box, the rapper will take the money made from his EP and donate it to help keep Kauai, the Hawaiian island that constantly refers to in his songs, clean.
Take a listen to STN MTN below: