Donald Glover‘s new album Donald Glover Presents has been taken down from his website.
The 12-song project, which featured contributions from artists including Ariana Grande, SZA and 21 Savage, had been livestreamed continuously since Sunday on the website donaldgloverpresents.com.
For the first time as a musical act, the actor, writer and comedian did not use the established Childish Gambino moniker.
Glover has not commented on the album’s release – or its subsequent removal – but his management team reportedly retweeted a link to the website while the livestream was active.
Donald Glover Presents includes some songs Glover has already released as singles, including “Feels Like Summer”.
Last September, the Atlanta star announced he would no longer be performing as Childish Gambino.
It has not been confirmed whether the album will be released on music streaming services at some point in the near future.
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