Topper Atwood on the production.
Chicago’s Melo Makes Music joined forces with Topper Atwood on a new soulful track “Disposable.” Melo croons over the trap beat with a desperate love story. The first bit of the song is melancholic, as Melo explores his despair with his un-meaningful relationships with replaceable women, and explains how his intentions with the new apple of his eye are much more wholesome. He displays the all consuming nature of love with the line, “I spend a lot of money to get close to you,” as he would do anything just for a chance to have her. Almost Gatsby-esque, right? He sees the reciprocation, as he remarks that she also does wild things to attract his attention.
Halfway through the song Melo completely changes his pace and style. He goes from a position of nonchalance to profound passion, and takes the song to completely new heights. He comes back down to earth to the previous resonance and the song comes to a close. Melo has the passion that is paramount to constructing an r&b hit. This is not the first time Atwood and Melo have collaborated, as Atwood supplied the instrumental for Melo Makes Music’s incredibly successful track “Smoke and Mirrors,” a few months ago. Hopefully the duo will continue to cook up more excellence as the year goes on.
Stream “DISPOSABLE” below.