In the recent 2018 Grammy Awards, Donald Glover AKA Childish Gambino confirmed that he will be retiring the moniker but will continue doing projects. He didn’t say if he’s coming up with a new alter ego. There is also that blurred chunk of info (and we’ll keep it that way) on whether he will be continuing to make music or not because projects may not mean music. Accoridng to Huffington Post, “he’s ending his music career because he doesn’t think it’s ‘necessary’ anymore.” Ang lungkot naman n’on!
In case Mr. Glover will still be making music, here are a few name suggestions that might suit this amazing creative genius:
Bakit pa lalayo, kung nariyan naman na siya? Este, why not just play around with your name. Besides, Glo (glow) is one of the best thing he does when he’s performing on stage. He has the charm and he has the talent that commands attention.
In Greek mythology, a phoenix arises from the ashes of its predecessor. That time when we thought the Hip-hop died with the breath of a mumble, Donald Glover conquered the music scene by mixing music that reminds the audience of the late Michael Jackson, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Funkadelic, Isley Brothers, LCD Soundsystem and old school Gospel music.
He named his son Legend. Hindi na namin I-expound, gets mo na ’yun.
Donald Glover was born on September 25, 1983 and the Libra symbol is the scale depicting balance and harmony. He is a walking multitude of talents—from DJing to singing, songwriting, dancing, script writing, producing and directing. #Airbender4Evs
5. Donald Glover
He can simply be Donald Glover. He doesn’t have to be any other person because whatever he creates it’s all him. His music matters and it’s revolutionary. What he did with This is America is a big truth slap.
Photo from Donald Glover | Facebook
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