After months of anticipation, Childish Gambino's Because The Internet album is finally available to the public. To commemorate it's December 10 release, the former Community star blessed the Jimmy Kimmel Live! stage with performances of "3005" and "Crawl."
Bino kicked things off with the former, which dons a more soothing tone than it's counterpart. The blend of rhyming and singing heard on the cut gives it serious single potential, so it's no wonder that the rapper pushed it with both a lyric video and a proper treatment.
On the other hand, "Crawl" is naturally more heinous because of menacing production that features a well-placed Mystikal sample. "Okay, when the beat drops on this, I want to see everybody move to this," Bino said to the crowd during the song's epic build up. Within seconds, the sea of people complied to his request, as the rapper jumped across the stage.
Be sure to purchase Childish Gambino's Because The Internet via iTunes. See him perform "3005" in footage below. "Crawl" can be found on the following page.