Thu, Feb 6, 2014 10:44 AM EST

Former "Community" star Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino) recorded a really good cover of P.M. Dawn's 1992 hit "I'd Die Without You" over at BBC Radio 1.

It's a nice change for Glover, who's been on plenty of hip-hop heads' shit list's since the release of his 2011 project "Camp," which detailed, among other things, a very problematic Asian fetish. Marah Eakin over at the A.V. club writes that, "It's so good, in fact, it kind of makes you wonder why Glover--if he's off TV comedy now--doesn't pursue more of a straight R&B sound instead of hip-hop."

Via Consequence of Sound.