The fusion of trap music with Bryson Tiller’s smooth vocals creates a combination that will instantly hook you. Songs like, Sorry Not Sorry, Get Mine and Somethin Tells Me are examples of how his voice seamlessly blends with the sounds he creates. Despite arriving at the R&B scene just a couple of years ago, the 24-year-old has already achieved significant success in the industry. He even made the Rolling Stone’s list of the ’10 New Artists You Need to Know’ in 2015.
Bryson Tiller was quick to develop a loyal fan following in the US but now his music has started to generate buzz all around the world. The Run Me Dry singer is now going on tour. If you want to catch him perform live then get your Bryson Tiller tickets here.
Early Life & Influences
Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Bryson Tiller discovered his vocal talents at the age of 15. Inspired by hip-hop superstar, Omarion, he decided to try his luck in the music industry. Even though Tiller has cited Omarion as his biggest influence, he was not the only artist who inspired him. The two-time BET Award winner was also influenced by names like Drake, Chris Brown, R. Kelly, Lil Wayne and The-Dream.
Bryson Tiller started his journey by uploading his songs on SoundCloud. In 2011, he shared his first mixtape, ‘Killer Instinct Vol. 1’ on the website which contained twenty one tracks. It did not get him anywhere but he never lost hope and kept working. He then released a single, Don’t in 2015. The song turned heads and became very popular in the US where it went on to sell more than two million copies. Moreover, Don’t landed at the thirteenth spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Because of the track’s success, Tiller began receiving offers from different record labels. He eventually chose to sign with RCA Records on August 25, 2015.
Breakthrough & Recognition
Bryson Tiller quickly went to work and wrote fourteen songs for his first studio album, ‘Trapsoul.’ It hit the shelves in October of 2015. Produced by some of the greatest record producers in the world like Sango and Timbaland, the album brought him his breakthrough success. It also earned him nominations for the Billboard Music Award for ‘Top R&B Album,’ the American Music Award in the category of ‘Favorite Soul/R&B Album’ and the Soul Train Music Award for ‘Album of the Year.’
In addition, the record spawned singles like Exchange and Sorry Not Sorry. The former peaked at the eighth spot on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and was certified double platinum by the RIAA. It also earned him a Grammy nomination for the ‘Best R&B Song.’ The record also received positive reviews from the critics. PopSugar ranked it at the twentieth spot on its list of ‘The 24 Best Albums of 2015.’ It was also named in Complex’s list of ‘The Best Album of 2015.’
Notable Work & Albums
Bryson Tiller hit the studio again to record songs for his sophomore record, ‘True to Self.’ It came out on May 26, 2017. The album amazed fans and the critics alike and yielded two singles, Somethin’ Tells Me and Run Me Dry. The record climbed to the first spot on the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. ‘True to Self’ also became a hit in the United Kingdom where it reached eleventh spot on the UK Albums chart.
Other than two studio records and one mixtape, Bryson Tiller has also spawned nine music videos so far.
Bryson Tiller Tour Tickets
Following the release of ‘True to Self,’ Bryson Tiller was asked to appear on the DJ Khaled song, Wild Thoughts, which also featured Rihanna. The song was certified two times platinum by the RIAA. It also reached the top spot on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and the UK Singles chart. The song was also nominated for three MTV Video Music Awards. He also recorded a song, Insure, which was used in the comedy-drama series of the same name.
Tiller is now ready to perform live. If you haven’t watched him perform live yet, then now is your chance to do just that. Simply get your Bryson Tiller tour tickets and enjoy his performance in person.