I didn't think I'd ever see Donald Glover singing, "Makin' Love in Space" dressed up as the old Lando Calrissian!
The rapper had Twitter talking with his new song This is America which he first performed popular TV show Saturday Night Live.
But it was the video he released for the latter after his "SNL" performance that created a major buzz.
In the video, Glover shows a compelling representation of the America that this generation has learned to live in, both the good and bad.
To say the video politically charged is an understatement: "This Is America" is a confronting look at gun violence, police brutality, and the fractured social state in the U.S. right now. The video is a representation of the current climate in America where people are asserting Black lives matters while combatting police violence and where handguns are arguably treated with more respect than Black bodies.
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The imagery also has sparked conversation about several other themes including police brutality, social media and what people are really paying attention to in the United States.
With "This is America, " pop culture's most important multi-hyphenate confronts many issues now facing "the land of the free and home of the brave" - racism, gun violence and police brutality.
At the video's end, he appears to be chased by a white mob.
On Sunday, the singer Instagrammed some photos of herself on set.
Before Glover charmed America with his monologue, the stars came out for a Trump-verse cold open filled with great guest appearances.