Bryson Tiller’s newer R&B tracks have created a lot of fan excitement among his fans. The tunes on his latest album ‘ANNIVERSARY (Deluxe)’ possess a higher-octane rhythm that has risen the mercury level. The song titles of “Years Go By,” “Always Forever,” “I’m Ready For You,” and “Things Change” are quite popular. His career got a major boost due to his early associations with musicians such as Drake and Timbaland. In addition to being a songwriter, he is also a rap artist with new-age vibes, and he incorporates some clever rapping flow in his music. He calls himself a “trap soul” singer, which refers to his origins in Louisville, Kentucky. His Soundcloud tracks, such as “Break Bread”, “Don’t”, “Sorry Not Sorry”, and “Let Em Know”, gained huge popularity.
Additionally, he had the chance to sing on Kam Wil’s song, “I Want You,” and Tyrant’s song, “Lime Light.” Due to the speculations on social media about Tiller’s connection to ‘OVO Sound’ of Drake, there have been a lot of claims made. Additionally, the singer also signed a contract with RCA, the popular label home to Miguel and Tinashe. “Don’t” was released for the first time in May of 2015. The song made him get to number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, and within six months of release, it was certified platinum. After that, it went on to be multi-platinum. FIVE MONTHS LATER, TRAPSOUL followed it up with a full-length record called TRAPSOUL, and it debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200 with platinum certification in only six months.