Beck raps on new Childish Gambino track ‘Silk Pillow’ – listen

Beck has made a guest appearance on a new track from hip-hop artist Childish Gambino.

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Beck has made a guest appearance on a new track from hip-hop artist Childish Gambino.

The song, titled ‘Silk Pillow’ sees Beck rapping alongside Childish Gambino, aka actor and comedian Donald Glover. The pair co-produced the song together, according to Pitchfork. Scroll down to listen.

It’s been a busy week for Beck. Yesterday his new Jack White-produced track ‘I Just Started Hating Some People Today’ was unveiled online. The single was released on Monday (May 28) on White’s Third Man Records label along with a new B-Side ‘Blue Randy’.

The two tracks were recorded last year at the Third Man Studio in Nashville when Beck was in the Tennessee city recording the follow-up to 2008’s ‘Modern Guilt’. Beck joins the likes of Tom Jones, Laura Marling and Insane Clown Posse in recording and releasing one-off singles on White’s Third Man Records.

The singer has not released any details about the follow-up to ‘Modern Guilt’, with the only postings about the album coming from bass player Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who tweeted that Beck’s new material “would blow your mind”.

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