His mother’s actually a nurse and his father owns a building business, but if Sarah Silverman and Ben Folds had a teenage boy they’d probably audio nearly the same as comedian, vocalist, songwriter, and Internet superstar Bo Burnham. Created and elevated in the Boston region, Burnham was within the honor move in support of 16 when in 2006 he started publishing his raunchy tracks of like, teenage lust, and politics incorrectness to YouTube simply so a sibling away at university could view them. The makeshift tripod may have just been a collection of books, but one forwarded hyperlink resulted in another and quickly Burnham’s bad and funny tracks received more than a million sights. The Humor Central tv network and record label had taken notice and agreed upon Bo to a four-album offer in 2008. That same calendar year they released his Bo Fo Sho digital download EP, which highlighted the Internet beloved “My Whole Family members (Thinks I’m Homosexual).” A calendar year later his following big strike, “I actually’m Bo Yo,” appeared on his self-titled record. The physical Compact disc version included an added bonus Dvd movie of Burnham’s initial Comedy Central Presents tv special.