The first article I wrote for the site in October 2015 was on Bryson Tiller‘s debut album “T R A P S O U L.” He’s back with his much anticipated follow-up “True To Self.” Tiller made real waves in the game during 2016 embarking on a sold out nationwide tour (click for our review) after the release of T R A P S O U L.
By: Brandon Clay @PSBPopCulture
True To Self gives us a similar feel musically though Tiller might have a hard time repeating the commercial radio airwave play that he received on his first go round. That said, the video for this album’s lead single Somethin’ Tells Me just dropped this week as well. With well-crafted samples from popular artists such Marsha Ambrosius, SWV and Wale littered throughout the album, Tiller has another hit on his hands from start to finish.
“Somethin’ Tells Me Video:
Social Media Buzz:
Bryson tiller's transitions are so smooth, you don't even realize you've already listened to half the album.
— Shelbyy (@shelbreezy3) May 26, 2017
Bryson Tiller make music for niggaz who constantly cheat on they gal but get mad when she finally move on and find someone better.
— Rodney Slim Rogers (@SLIMYEAYEA) May 26, 2017
THIS BRYSON TILLER ALBUM GOT ME MISSING COURTNEY FROM HOOTERS ON PEACHTREE
— Ryan (@GlockRivers) May 26, 2017
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