Saturday's SNL was one of the best episodes in a while, with a surplus of cameos and a top-notch hosting performance from Donald Glover. One of the lyrics is "Grandma told me: get your money, black man". The track addresses everything from gun violence to terrorism while acknowledging the very human experience of "just wanting to dance" through it all.
This strongly symbolic music video references Black Lives Matter, the Charlottesville protests, police shootings and terrorism.
A picture of the guests was also added to the amusing sketch, which Cecily Strong and Donald Glover nailed.
And if that wasn't enough, Gambino also released a new visual collaboration with Hiro Murai called "This Is America". Martin Short's appearance should have been the most memorable moment of the open, but what America will remember was Stormy Daniels making her SNL debut, as Stormy Daniels.
Last night Donald Glover hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time, and he devoted his monologue to letting the audience know he auditioned for the iconic sketch show- twice- only to be rejected- twice.
Calvin confirmed this when he posted a brief message accompanying a clip of the video on his socials.
Fans have been dissecting the various dance moves in the video, with many determining they represent an overall distraction from the chaos that is happening in the background.
On Sunday, the singer Instagrammed some photos of herself on set.