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Director, actor, producer and musician Donald Glover, also known as Childish Gambino, has given his chart-topping new music video a distinctly South African twist, performing the local dance, "Gwara Gwara". Check out his latest songs, "Saturday" and "This is America" below.

Like we said, Saturday Night Live has some writers who have been watching basketball this year. Glover was charming and amusing, brought Star Wars starpower, and Atlanta brilliance.

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By Monday morning. "This Is America" had garnered 16 million views, and appeared to be adding 250,000 views an hour.

When Glover took to the musical stage to perform as Childish Gambino, he was introduced first by Zoë Kravitz and later by "Get Out" and "Black Panther" star Daniel Kaluuya.

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Performing the sunny track, he croons, "Saturday, all I wanna do is make you dance, girl, and fall in love".

What else would one expect to see in a music video by a famous rapper titled "This is America"? Glover's award-winning drama Atlanta is seeing solid viewership in its second season on FX.

It was accompanied by an absolutley wild, strangely violent, yet captivating music video.

After Glover, who acts as an armed murderer in the video, shoots his first victim, he hands his gun off to a man wearing a white polo in dress trousers, who wraps the gun in a red cloth while the victim is pulled dragged away by the arms.

On the contrastingly upbeat song, he raps: "This is America/Don't catch you slippin" up/Look at how I'm livin' now/Police be trippin' now/Yeah, this is America/Guns in my area/I got the strap/I gotta carry "em".