Childish Gambino stopped by the BBC Radio studios to do a couple of stripped down performances today. The first of which was his well-known R&B cut, "3005", which he followed up with another song that puts his singing ability on display, a cover of P.M. Dawn's 1992 hit, "I'd Die Without You".
For those not familiar with the song, it originally appeared on the soundtrack to Eddie Murphy's romantic comedy, "Boomerang", and hit number 3 on the Billboard charts.
"Oh, I apologize for all the things I've done/ But now I'm underwater and I'm drowning/ Is it my turn to be the one to cry? Isn't it amazing how some things just completely turn around?"