Bo Burnham has released an album of songs from his latest Netflix special, Inside.
The comedian, musician, actor and director stunned fans last month Inside, his first comedy in five years.
The non-traditional stand-up looks at the lowest and lowest levels of locking and the dark comedy that lies between them. It features a number of captivating songs created by Bourham himself.
According to Hollywood Reporter, the songs will be released on broadcast platforms on Thursday, June 10th Inside (Songs). It includes the NSFW track “Welcome to the Internet,” which went online on Friday, June 4, and has garnered four million views since then.
A verse from Burnham’s song: “”Welcome to the Internet! What would you put forward? / Do you want to fight for civil rights or do you want to write a racial insult? / Be happy! Be horny! Get out of the rage! / We have millions of different methods.He wrote.
Another: “”Welcome to the Internet! Hold on to your socks / ‘Because the random guy sent you photos of his cock / They’re grainy and graceful; she sent you more / don’t be surprised – you know, you like it, whore.He wrote.
You can listen to the following song:
Starting June 10, you can pre-order “Inside (Songs)” Here.
Elsewhere, a year after his debut on YouTube, Dave Shappelle began releasing his own custom-built vinyl press in collaboration with Jack White’s “Third Man Records” label. 8:46.
The limited edition with 846 digital copies is printed in three colors black, red and green vinyl with a white stamp. There will also be a standard black vinyl, for which a click number is not offered.
Both versions available for pre-order, and will be shipped on October 29th.