Donald Glover, better known in these parts as Childish Gambino, has been in the public eye for much of his adult life. He started by going viral in 2006: Derrick Comedy's "Bro Rape" was part of a body of work that would land Glover a writing gig with Tina Fey​'s 30 Rock after college. His subsequent steady ascension through the realms of music and film is well-documented. We've watched him go from Community to Atlanta and Young Lando, from "Freaks and Geeks" to a Grammy nomination for "Redbone."

Through his comedy, interviews, and very personal style of music, Glover has shared a fair amount of insight about his life. But do you know his favorite karaoke song? How about the movie that helped inspire Atlanta? Read on to find out...