Bryson Tiller just wants his girl to hear him out on his surprise new release, “Let Me Explain.” The Louisville crooner has learned his lesson, and pleads with her to let him make things right on the Phonix-produced track.
Fans anxiously anticipated getting Chris Brown and Bryson Tiller on the track together on a remix to “Back to Sleep,” but after missing that collaboration, the duo unites to give Gourdan Banks‘ “Keep You in Mind” a new twist.
Breezy is looking forward to some one-on-one time with his girl, “all night,” while Bryson is questioning if the one he’s got his eye on is wasting his time. “Can I keep you in mind,” they sing, keeping the original hook in place.
The video for DJ Khaled’s Major Key track, “Do You Mind” is on its way. The shared photos and clip from the set of the shoot, with Chris Brown, August Alsina, Rick Ross, Bryson Tiller and Jeremih.
Khaled was spotted on a jet ski in a pool, with swimsuit-clad model, Bernice Burgos, seated nearby. There’s also some atv riding and a couple of large duffle bags that are kept secure.
Usher, Future and Bryson Tiller have been added to he list of performers set to rock the 2016 BET Awards.
Hosted by Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, the 16th annual BET Awards will performances by Alicia Keys and Maxwell — and Sheila E., The Roots, D’Angelo and Janelle Monae have all been announced as the first artists to be part of the special celebration paying homage to iconic singer, Prince.
Bryson Tiller finds himself wanting to reconnect with a former flame, in the visuals for his T R A P S O U L single, “Exchange.” The Louisville native is seen during happier times with his girl, and then things shift to where they’re apart.
He steps out to a show with a new girl by his side, and they cross paths with the one that’s occupying his mind and heart. When its all said and done, the one he’s been reminiscing about makes her way back to him.
Bryson Tiller‘s debut album, TRAPSOUL, has officially gone platinum. The 23-year-old Louisville native made the announcement on Instagram; explaining how he was initially told that his album had gone gold, but was surprised with the news that it’s actually certified platinum by the RIAA.
“So a few days ago, we told everyone that this album went Gold,” he wrote. “They actually told me it went Gold a month or so ago but wanted me to wait until my Radio City Show to tell people. Well…. Right after the show they surprised me and told me that T R A P S O U L is officially a Platinum Album. words cannot explain how i feel. thank you if you bought this, you changed my life.”