We saw the pictures teasing DJ Khaled, Rihanna, and Bryson Tiller in Miami. This resulted in the new video for “Wild Thoughts” off of DJ Khaled’s forthcoming I’m Grateful album which follows up “To The Max” featuring Drake. This Santana-sampling track was also co-written by PARTYNEXTDOOR. Watch the Colin Tilley-directed “Wild Thoughts video below. Look out . . .
The singer’s sophomore LP gets a surprise early release A post shared by @brysontiller on May 25, 2017 at 9:05pm PDT On May 11, Bryson Tiller shared 3 new songs to ramp up anticipation for hi new LP. Now, Tiller drops his sophomore album, True To Self, about a month earlier than expected. Enjoy 19 songs . . .
Bryson Tiller dropped off a 3 pack of songs on May 11. One of those songs was “Somethin Tells Me” and now we have the music video to go with it. He deepens his creative repertoire and plays the role of a photographer sharing the scene with beautiful models in his latest visuals. Watch the . . .
TRAPSOUL star returns with “Honey” Bryson Tiller fans have been waiting for the Kentucky singer to drop some new material for a while. He shared a video on Instagram teasing his forthcoming album, True To Self, this afternoon. Now, he serves up the “Let Me Explain” follow up titled “Honey.” ✔️ A post shared by self (@brysontiller) . . .
After recently serving up the music video for “Last Time” ft. Travis Scott, Gucci Mane returns with the Bryson Tiller-featuring “Drove U Crazy.” The song debuted on .Wav Radio, but it available in a CDQ version now. The Return of East Atlanta Santa drops December 16th. Listen below.
Bryson Tiller returns to plead his case on “Let Me Explain” Kentucky’s T R A P S O U L prince Bryson Tiller, is back singing his heart away over a Missy Elliott, “Friendly Skies” sampling Phonix beat. He’s smooth. He’s cool. He’s all the things that we expect from him. It’s a lowkey soundscape . . .
Atlanta hidden gem Dillan Grey released a surprising mix to trap-soul very own Bryson Tiller‘s “Don’t.” Not shy from being open and sensual, Grey passionately sings Usher‘s “Seduction” and Pretty Ricky‘s “Love Like Honey” over the enticing “Don’t” instrumental, transforming the song into what Dillan likes to label a “Grey Area” sound. Vocally, Dillan does not . . .
Would Bryson Tiller have been able to make it in the 1990’s R&B climate? That’s another argument entirely, but Chris McClenney took the Kentucky heavy hitter’s “Sorry Not Sorry” back to 1992 with his latest remix. If you’ve ever seen In Living Color, this might make you flash back. Stream Chris’s “Sorry Not Sorry” remix below.
Will Bryson Tiller ever change his player ways? Find out on the next episode of Dragonball Z, but in the meantime watch his new video for “Exchange.” Louisville, Kentucky native Bryson Tiller revisits his breakout project, T R A P S O U L, with a contextually appropriate video for “Exchange,” one of the most . . .
Bryson Tiller makes his network television debut on ‘Late Night with Seth Myers’ with a performance of his standout track, “Exchange.” We look forward to an official music video directed by Michael B. Jordan, reportedly on the way. Watch the late night TV performance below and look out for Bryson performing at Hot 97’s Summer Jam . . .
In what probably comes as a surprise collaboration to the general public, Fat Joe has resurfaced with Bryson Tiller on “Love You To Pieces.” Apparently Joe and Bryson had been working together in the studio before Tiller’s standout “Don’t” and this is one of the many tracks they have recorded together. We find Bryson on . . .
It’s less than two minutes long, but Sango‘s latest drop makes me want to hear more. This time around, he takes J Dilla instrumentals and mashes them up with vocals from Bryson Tiller and GoldLink; specifically Tiller’s “Sorry Not Sorry” with Dilla’s “Colors Of You” and GoldLink’s “Sober Thoughts” with Dilla’s “Come Closer.” Stream the . . .
TJ Mizell and T-Gut take a crack at Bryson Tiller‘s “Overtime” and the result is magical. It’s a bit toned down as far as pitch and tempo to give it that “slowed”, but not overly chopped. However it was done, the vibrato added on Tiller’s vocals at times gives it more texture adds to the vibe . . .
“Don’t Let D.R.A.M. Find The Instrumental.” Such is the official title of the Virginia Beach native’s latest, which finds him adding soulful vocals to the instrumental for Bryson Tiller‘s smash single, “Don’t.” D.R.A.M. gets explicit once more, making it clear about just what he wants to do. Stream “Don’t Let D.R.A.M. Find The Instrumental” below.
Los Angeles transplant DrewsThatDude brings the synths into the limelight once more, this time with a charged up remix of Bryson Tiller‘s gloomy, self-deprecating, emotionally complex single, “Self Righteous.” Drew adds layers of new sounds to the complex, new age R&B fabric. Stream DrewsThatDude’s “Self Righteous” remix below.