With still putting out new music like “Keep You in Mind” with Chris Brown, “Love You to Pieces” with Fat Joe, “Drove U Crazy” with Gucci Mane, and “Ima Be Alright” with DJ Khaled and Future, Tiller has finished his sophomore album True to Self . “sophomore album complete,” Tiller announced via twitter. “i always feel like i got a lot more to say whenever i’m ‘done’ but i’ll save it for the next one i guess.” sophomore album complete. i always feel like i got a lot more to say whenever i’m “done” but i’ll save it for the Read More
Bryson Tiller has revealed the title for his next project. “im working on this album called True to Self, non-stop until it’s finished,” he tweeted Tuesday (Jan. 17). “then it’s yours.” The project serves as the follow-up to his debut LP Trapsoul, which became certified platinum earning him a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Song for “Exchange” and music’s hottest commodity since Chris Brown and Drake.
With so many hip-hop and R&B artists today, keeping track of them all can be a hassle. With the year coming to an end, excitement is building towards 2017 and what it has to offer in the world of hip-hop and R&B. More and more artists are showing promise to succeed in their musical careers, regardless of where they were or currently are. The following is the 5 hip hop and R&B tours to watch out for in 2017. 1) Bryson Tiller Bryson Tiller, born in raised in the city of Louisville, is on the brink of fame for his Read More
In addition to working with Drake on his More Life project, Bryson Tiller has entered in a partnership with Nike Sportswear for a a special edition of the Air Force 1 Bespoke iDs, inspired by his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. Tiller’s Louisville-inspired Air Force 1 Bespoke iD features a red leather upper and tour yellow eyestay, which is intended to mimic boxing gloves. He also added metallic gold dubraes, an off-white midsole, and a gum to complete the homage to his city. “Whenever you fly into Louisville, you see a sign that says, ‘It’s Possible Here.’ I remember my first Read More
After making headlines for proposing to Keyshia Ka’oir, Gucci Mane tags Bryson Tiller for a new track “Crazy.” “She want to ride the wave, but my wave’s too wavy,” Gucci raps. “Your car’s too slow, you need to drive Miss Daisy / Jumped out the feds like ‘Fuck you, pay me.’” “Drove U Crazy” is the latest release from Gucci’s third solo album this year, The Return of East Atlanta Santa. Listen below.
I’ve been waiting for this collaboration for awhile and it’s finally here. Chris Brown and Bryson Tiller team up on “Keep You in Mind.” In addition to the baby-making jam, Tiller has also penned the song “Proof” off Breezy’s last album “Royalty”. “Can I keep you in mind?” they sing.
Bryson Tiller delivers the y Rohan Blair-Mangat direct video to “Exchange,” a track off his debut album T R A P S O U L. In the clip, the Louisville singer relives his past while trying to move on but realizes he can’t shake the past. Watch below.
With the platinum success of Trapsoul, Bryson Tiller has no room for failure. Tiller team up with Lil Lonnie for “Change Up,” the latest single off Lonnie’s forthcoming They Know What’s Going On 2. “The song is about people changing for the fame but we’re not changing,” Lil Lonnie tells Billboard. “You know when somebody gets a little bit of money that they didn’t have before then they start acting differently? No matter now much money or fame I get, it won’t change the person that I am.” Listen below.
In addition to his joint album with Remy Ma, Platas o Plomo, Fat Joe teams up with Bryson Tiller for “Love You to Pieces.” Listen below.
Bryson Tiller is finally giving the world what they’ve been waiting for. In support of his debut Trapsoul, the “Don’t” singer has announced dates for his “Trap Soul” tour. The 34-date trek kicks off on Jan. 24 in Portland, Ore. making stops in Seattle, Las Vegas, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, New York, and Chicago, wrapping March 12 in Louisville, Ky. Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 18. TRAP SOUL TOUR DATES Jan. 24 – Portland, OR Jan. 25 – Seattle, WA Jan. 27 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater Jan. 29 – San Diego, CA – The North Park Theatre Jan. 30 Read More