"This is America" premiered after Glover hosted the parody show Saturday Night Live on May 5.
In the sketch titled, "Lando's Summit", Glover appears as his "Star Wars" character, who's hosting the "first-ever galactic summit for all black humans", but only four people showed up.
The video has set social media alight.
Some are commenting that West should should be turning out the same type of relevant, thought-provoking music instead of pushing out songs with lyrics like "poopity scoop", which is found in his new song "Life Yourself".
Following his calls to "stay woke!" on his biggest hit to date, Redbone, the musician, actor, writer, director and comedian Childish Gambino - AKA Donald Glover, has doubled his efforts on his new track This Is America.
The visual served the palpable reality of being black in America, with gun violence and police brutality as the focal point.
However, when you play the music video back, it's obvious Childish Gambino is serving as a decoy from what's going on around him.
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. The message seems to be about gun violence and civil unrest in the States, although Glover and Murai didn't make their intentions too obvious.
The super-busy star performed two songs as Childish Gambino on SNL, the other fittingly entitled "Saturday". 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.