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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 02: (EDITOR'S NOTE: Image converted to black and white.) Donald Glover attends the 2019 LACMA Art + Film Gala Presented By Gucci at LACMA on November 02, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Donald Glover has officially released his new album 3.15.20 under his moniker Childish Gambino, a week after surprising fans with a mysterious stream via his website.

The 12-track album marks Gambino’s first full-length release under Wolf+Rothstein/RCA Records. The album was released via streaming services on Sunday (Mar. 22) as a standard track-by-track project although the songs were all blended together when Glover released it on his website.

The album features appearances by Ariana Grande (uncredited on “Time”), 21 Savage (“12:38”), and Khadja Bonet (“12:38”).  Ludwig Göransson, DJ Dahi, and Glover’s son Legend contributed to the album as well, as Rap-Up reports.

3.15.20 is a bit unconventional, as the cover art is a blank white image with  “Donald Glover presents” written faintly at the top of it, and besides “Algorthythm” and “Time,” the album’s titles are named after the timestamps indicating where the songs start on the album.

Glover’s previously-released “Feels Like Summer” also appears on the album, but underneath a new title, “42:26.” Although the cover art for the project is a white blank image, Glover’s two children made a rare appearance in the album’s accompanying promotional photos.

The continuous, single-track version of 3.15.20 is also available on streaming services under the artist name Donald Glover Presents, as well as DonaldGloverPresents.com. However, they’re only available for a limited time.

The album is the follow up to  2016’s Awaken, My Love! Listen to 3.15.20 below.

Childish Gambino - 0.00 (Audio)

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Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.