Thursday, May 29, 2014

Dumb Dumb (and the Journey to the Center).

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If you didn't notice, I've released a song every Thursday for the past three weeks. This is the fourth week, and this was the final release.

Bigga Lips.
I'm A Sucker.

I hope you enjoyed at least one of them. In a perfect galaxy, you would have enjoyed every one of them.



June 1st.

I'm opening back up.
I'm showing you what changed.
I'm taking the first formal step towards everything I've ever wanted.

Allow me to show you how much more prepared I am for this fight with futility.

- Melvin Burch

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Simp-ly Put.

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This is the song I was referring to. Probably one of my favorite songs I've made so far. Special thanks to Paul (Hashim) for putting up with me during the process of creating this song.  Shout out Childish Gambino; lots of elements of his songs throughout. Shout out every girl that I've ever stalked online.

No shout out for private profiles. We never loved y'all.

Side note, if you haven't noticed the poll on the right side of this page, you should... um... notice it. Even better, you should vote. To make things easy, vote "Yes" if you want more of me, or vote "No" if you don't.

Now. I'ma go start my stalking for the night.


- Melvin Burch

Thursday, May 8, 2014


This is me having one of my Doug Funnie, "Big Nose" moments.

The instrumental:

- Melvin Burch

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

"... scared to leave my house, plus I must fortify these Klout pages"

I became a 21-year-old yesterday. My turn-up consisted of eight hours of school, fillet mignon, numerous non-alcoholic beverages, and a Rick and Morty marathon. I regret nothing. Overall, my desire for chewy candies hasn't subsided, so I don't think being one of the "grown folk" will entirely different, let alone "bad". I sincerely thank all who wished me safe passage into adulthood.

Anywho, I come to y'all today with new music.

A remix of my friend Paul's (a.k.a. Hashim) song "Vices" appeared today (sponsored by, featuring myself and a who's who of rap-spewing, vice-ridden young adults. We talk about a lot of things on the record, but I think the talk only finds value if it evokes consideration within you all about your own foibles. The song should not suggest that you be content to wallow in your vices because we sound so poised while placing ours on display. Instead, the song should assure you that although the struggle is real, it is, most importantly, shared; we all have the strength to conquer our vices, and we should all be willing to help one another if need be.

Listen and feel the love. Thank you.

And the original:

Oh, and Paul told me to tell y'all this:


- Melvin Burch