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28 November 2013, 10:07 | Updated: 28 November 2013, 15:21
Also catch the accompanying remix from producer Ta-ku.
It's been a busy week for Childish Gambino, first he posted a a teaser trailer for his new album 'Because The Internet' on Twitter – and now, he's dropped a new track 'Telegraph Ave' and an accompanying remix.
The short teaser trailer flicks between shots of the '3005' artist and a female seemingly looking into each other's eyes, whilst something we can't quite work out (is it snow? Is it sand? You tell us) falls in front of them. What do you make of the clip – steamy, or creepy?
Watch the teaser trailer for 'Because The Internet' below:
Not much later Childish Gambino also offered up some new music. He shared a link to 'Telegraph Ave'. In the woozy tune he sings about a drive through the street in Oakland.
And that's not all – shortly before tweeting: "My music is/ should be free" came an accompanying remix of the track from producer Ta-Ku, whose upbeat flip on it has got us hitting the repeat button.
Listen to 'Telegraph Ave' - the original and the remix - below. (Warning: the song contains strong language that some people may find offensive.)
The release of the new video and songs follows the leak of another track from his forthcoming album – 'Sweatpants,' earlier this week.
The official release of 'Because The Internet' is on 10th December 2013.