Childish Gambino Makes Dreamy GRAMMYs Debut Performance With Adorable 10-Year-Old Actor JD McCrary

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Childish Gambino has made his GRAMMYs debut!

The artist, who goes by his given name, Donald Glover, in his acting and writing career, hit the GRAMMYs stage on Sunday night to perform the dreamy "Terrified," where he was joined by adorable 10-year-old actor JD McCrary, who is featured on the album version of the track, and who will voice young Simba in the upcoming Lion King remake alongside Glover.

Though he was virtually unable to promote his late 2016 album, Awaken, My Love!, due to FX's Atlanta, and landing two major blockbuster roles as Simba in The Lion King and Lando Calrissian in Solo: A Star Wars Story, he still earned five nominations on the strength of the critically acclaimed record and its lead single, "Redbone," for Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best R&B Song, Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Traditional R&B Performance. Ahead of the show, Glover won for Traditional R&B Performance.

With all of his other professional commitments, fans worried last year that Glover may be retiring from music, when he revealed at the Governor's Ball that Childish Gambino, the moniker at least, would be coming to an end after a final album. However, this month, Glover inked a new label deal with RCA Records, leaving behind his indie label Glassnote for the Sony Music subsidiary, which boasts a roster of artists including SZA and Justin Timberlake. After the switch, it was reported that a new album could be arriving this year.

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And, as if he isn't busy enough, the 34-year-old artist revealed to ET at FX's TCA press tour this year that he and his girlfriend, Michelle, have welcomed baby No. 2!

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