Childish Gambino headlined the 2018 Lovebox Festival in London, England on Saturday (July 14), and shut the show down with a variety of bangers from throughout his catalog.

Gamb's lengthy set featured some of his most popular tracks including the hit single, "This Is America." He also bust out songs from his most recent album, Awaken, My Love!, like "Redbone," "Terrified" and "Boogieman." He even gave love to Because The Internet and Camp tracks like "3005" for the eager crowd at Gunnersbury Park.

During the show, he stopped to address the crowd about fighting the power. "Shit is unfair sometimes," he said. "I used to be like, 'Oh man, London can't be that bad, they don't got guns like that.' Then y'all came out with the acid, I was like 'Oh fuck!' That shit's terrifying. But everybody feels the same way, everybody. I was very proud to see that big balloon. Shit is unfair. The scary part is, you gotta fight for that shit."

In related news, last week, Gambino unveiled two new tracks "Summertime Magic" and "Feels Like Summer." It was recently announced his FX series, Atlanta, has been nominated for 16 Emmys at the upcoming award show.

Gambino will be heading out on tour in September. Taking Rae Sremmurd and Vince Staples along for the ride, the tour kicks off in September in Atlanta, and will feature 19 shows in cities like Chicago, Toronto, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Houston, Washington D.C. and more.

Check out the footage from Childish Gambino's 2018 Lovebox Festival performance below.

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