-Renaissance man a present-day man who has acquired profound knowledge or proficiency in more than one field.
-Childish Gambino see above
Is there anyone at the moment that is having as much success in multiple entertainment genres as Donald Glover? Best known for his role as Troy Barnes in the hilarious, award-winning sitcom Community, Glover is also an accomplished writer, with credits on The Daily Show and 30 Rock, he is part of the sketch comedy group Derrick Comedy, a stand-up comedian, DJ, and has movie roles in the pipe-line. Glover even inspired a Twitter campaign from fans for him to be allowed to audition for the role of Spiderman in the upcoming re-boot The Amazing Spiderman, #donald4spiderman even gained support from Stan Lee.
And as if that wasn’t enough Glover also raps under the moniker Childish Gambino. Gambino isn’t a new invention, Glover has been releasing mixtapes and free albums under the Childish Gambino name for a few years now, but Camp is his first official label release on Glassnote Records. Glover is certainly a jack-of-all-trades, but the question is, is he a master of all or a master of none?