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Mixtape: Childish Gambino – Royalty

July 4, 2012 · Posted in downloads, mixtapes · 13 Comments 

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Childish Gambino drops his highly anticipated mixtape “Royalty” right on time. Features Schoolboy Q, Nipsey Hussle, Bun B, RZA plus more. Includes production from Childish Gambino himself and Boi-1da among others.

Check out the Childish Gambino Royalty Tracklist with download after the jump.

Childish Gambino Royalty Tracklist

1. Royalty
2. We Ain’t Them
3. One Up (feat. Steve G Lover)
4. Black Faces (feat. Nipsey Hussle)
5. Unnecessary (feat. Schoolboy Q & Ab-Soul)
6. Shoulda Known
7. R.I.P (feat. Bun B)
8. American Royalty (feat. Rza & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble)
9. It May Be Glaour Life (feat. Ghostface k!llah)
10. Toxic (feat. Danny Brown)
11. Silk Pillow (feat. Beck)
12. They Don’t Like Me (feat. Chance The Rapper)
13. Arrangement (feat. Conage)
14. Won’t Stop (feat. Danielle Haim of Haim)
15. Bronchitis
16. Wonderful (feat. Josh Osho)
17. Make It Go Right (feat. Kilo Kish)
18. Real Estate (feat. Alley Boy, Swank & Tina Fey)

RoyaltyTracklist

Download : Childish Gambino – Royalty (Mixtape)

Comments

13 Responses to “Mixtape: Childish Gambino – Royalty”

  1. Jimmy on July 4th, 2012 2:15 pm

    Tracklist:
    Tracklist:
    1. Royalty
    2. We Ain’t Them
    3. One Up (feat. Steve G Lover)
    4. Black Faces (feat. Nipsey Hussle)
    5. Unnecessary (feat. Schoolboy Q & Ab-Soul)
    6. Shoulda Known
    7. R.I.P (feat. Bun B)
    8. American Royalty (feat. Rza & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble)
    9. It May Be Glaour Life (feat. Ghostface k!llah)
    10. Toxic (feat. Danny Brown)
    11. Silk Pillow (feat. Beck)
    12. They Don’t Like Me (feat. Chance The Rapper)
    13. Arrangement (feat. Conage)
    14. Won’t Stop (feat. Danielle Haim of Haim)
    15. Bronchitis
    16. Wonderful (feat. Josh Osho)
    17. Make It Go Right (feat. Kilo Kish)
    18. Real Estate (feat. Alley Boy, Swank & Tina Fey)

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    Killerhiphop.com Reply:

    Thanks for the text tracklist Jimmy. Added up top.

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  2. LMH on July 4th, 2012 8:35 pm

    This mixtape is dope. Period

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  3. Curt on July 4th, 2012 8:37 pm

    Gambino is a beast. If you didn’t know now you know

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    MosDef Reply:

    @Curt, hes dope. jus finished it n i liked it. Soulo killed his verse lol

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    Curt Reply:

    @MosDef, It’s funny you said that. When I came back to this page I had skipped over to Soul’s verse haha. This mixtape is pretty sick though. I wish it had less features but at least they’re good.

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    MosDef Reply:

    @Curt, I like the features tho. Ghostface rza bun b I mean these guys are hardly on plod shit. I like that they came out

    Curt Reply:

    @MosDef, I thought it was pretty impressive he got Beck on a track. We don’t get too hear too many rock/rap collabs that are original and haven’t just been remixed for the hook.

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  4. The Royal One on July 5th, 2012 12:53 am

    Childish has his time when he goes out but once again like every rap artist that drops an album or mixtape, it’s over crowded with features. What’s wrong with having a project with a rapper or maybe two or a singer. A project to me shouldn’t have more than 4 collabs on it if your a rapper.

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    kbrian Reply:

    @The Royal One,

    What’re you talking about? Camp had 0 features,he sang every chorus, and it was produced himself too. A mixtape is supposed to have as many features as the artist wants. The featured artist draws in fans that originally wouldn’t listen to the actual artist.

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    The Royal One Reply:

    Read my comment above again ! I don’t like a bunch of collabs. Takes away from the artist that I prefer to hear.@kbrian,

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    Curt Reply:

    @kbrian, Camp was a free album. Royalty is a mixtape

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  5. MFA on July 5th, 2012 8:19 am

    The mixtape was dope, for the most part. Some songs weren’t that great, others could have been better had it not been for the features.

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