Before Bryson Tiller wrapped up his “Trapsoul Tour” in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday night, he was presented with a gift from the Louisville Metro Government. They announced the day (March 12) would be known as “Bryson Tiller” day in honor of the state representative and gifted him with the key to the city. […]
Louisville showed Bryson Tiller mad love last night on the final stop of his “Trapsoul” tour. Saturday was a big day for Bryson Tiller. In fact, the Trapsoul singer owned the day — literally — as the Louisville Metro Government officially anointed March 12 as “Bryson Tiller Day.” In addition to getting his own holiday, Tiller was also […]
According to Chris’ post on the ‘Gram, Zayn Malik and Usher have verses on the first remix of his hit ‘Back To Sleep.’ The video shows Breezy bangin’ his head as he rocks out to it in the studio. Deciphering the caption he attached to the post, it seems that version isn’t the only remix in the works. Bryson Tiller, […]
This week on Socially Decoded, we trolled a few tweets from R&B newcomer Bryson Tiller. The "T R A P S O U L" singer is as prolific on social media as he is on wax.
Bryson Tiller joined rising star Sy Ari Da Kid on his new song, “Priorities.” As the two show off their smooth vocals for the ladies, we’re instantly reminded of Drizzy’s “Jungle” track. Listen here. [Hype Trak] Fabolous kicked our weekend off with the video for his Summertime Shootout song, “Started Something.” Featuring the beautiful Daphne Larue, Fab […]
Being named “Best New Artist of 2015” from anyone is dope, but Bryson Tiller got the added bonus of an in-depth interview from Apple Music. As he has done in the past, Drake swooped in early to capture the rising 22 year old artist before others caught wind of his talent. Still, with such a quick rise to fledgling […]
D.R.A.M. may be knee-deep into his "GAHDAMN!" tour, but he's not too busy to remix one of the most popular R&B songs of 2015.
Unlike last year, 2015 was a great one for music. The meh residue of 2014 quickly disappeared and 2015 emerged as a permanent no flex zone populated by big blessings, pimpin’ butterflies, and a dope band called the ‘Bama Shakes. From comebacks to clapbacks, 2015 presented itself as a very interesting year for music. Not […]
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