BY JACOB "34" KOERTGE • APRIL 13, 2019
Following Donald Glover’s headlining set at the Coachella Valley Music Festival last night (April 12), he and director Hiro Murai debuted their 55-minute, “tropical thriller” for all to stream for the first 18 hours post-release.
While it is currently available to all for free, the film between the Atlanta collaborators will be exclusive to Amazon Prime subscribers later today (April 13). The artist also known as Childish Gambino and Murai’s latest film project follows their collaborative work on the FX hit series, Atlanta, and the video for the multiple-Grammy Award-winning “This Is America.” It combines Glover’s musical expertise and acting talents on screen together once again. In 2013, Murai directed the short film Clapping for the Wrong Reasons, a side project coinciding with Childish Gambino’s sophomore studio album, Because the Internet. Guava Island officially premiered at Coachella this past Thursday (April 11), before it’s release to the entire public.
Watch the trailer below :
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