Five years after the release of his debut album T R A P S O U L, Bryson Tiller released the deluxe edition on September 25. Back in 2015, T R A P S O U L debuted at number 11 on the US Billboard 200.
Tiller gained fast popularity after the Soundcloud release of his first single “Don’t” in 2014, which received much attention and was eventually put on iTunes in May 2015. It became the lead single of his debut album and made the number 13 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
T R A P S O U L also brought us “Exchange” the second single from the album, which made 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned Tiller a Grammy Nomination. He also won two BET Awards for Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist.
Following his 2015 music, he released a second album True to Self in 2017 along with many singles. Since the beginning of September, he has released two singles “Inhale” and “Always Forever” as well as the deluxe album.
Tiller has also stayed busy by creating a music video for his song “Right My Wrongs” and sharing news about his upcoming new album. His fast-approaching album Anniversary will be released on October 2, the five-year anniversary of T R A P S O U L.
Listen to T R A P S O U L (Deluxe) below.
The music video begins with a conversation between him and a member of a radio show. After being asked what made him decide to make music, the conversation cuts out and the video flashes back five years. It then takes viewers through relationship struggles and shares touring photos. It ends with him getting on a jet.
See the music video below.
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