Following the release of "The Fall" in December of 2010, many fans were speculating if the cartoon crew created by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett were done with music-making. After over 6 years of waiting, they have come back with a 26 track album with star studded appearances from Vince Staples, Pusha T, D.R.A.M., and even Danny Brown.
Gorillaz really didn't hold back on delivering a wholesome album with many obscure sounds and influence from genres such as alternative, electronic, hip-hop/rap, among others. Despite the lack of promotion behind the duo's latest release, "Humanz" has been making waves all over the internet because of its underlying meaning: A fallen world under Donald Trump's reign. Every artist featured on "Humanz" was instructed by Alburn to imagine the world broken under the rule of Donald Trump and it shows. On the track "Accession", Vince Staples panics that the sky is falling and salutes America, "where you can live your dreams as long as you don't look like me." This indecisive and unstable collage of songs is perfect for an unstable time in The United States.