Bryson Tiller made his network TV debut on Monday night with a performance of "Exchange" on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Lit up in a dramatic red, Tiller kept things simple and sang his way through the track with minimal choreography. He was flanked on either side by large LED screens, which projected a wavy red pattern to go along with the music. "Last time I saw you, we ain't speak/That was strange/Guess it's nothing I can do, man/Ex's change/Guess you changed for the better/Guess you know how to make me jealous," Tiller sang.

"Exchange" is the second single from Tiller's platinum-selling album Trapsoul, which blew up in 2015 and catapulted the Kentucky native to huge success in the music industry. Driven by the popularity of the single "Don't," Tiller racked up huge plays on SoundCloud before nabbing a record deal. He even revealed that Drake's OVO Sound label wanted to sign him, but he declined because he was offered a better deal from RCA. "Exchange" went on to peak at No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart last November, becoming his second Top 40 hit following "Don't." 

More recently, Tiller recruited The Weeknd for a remix of his Trapsoul song "Rambo" and even brought him out to perform it at a recent concert. Tiller toured the country earlier this year on his Trapsoul headlining tour, with rap group THEY. accompanying him as an opener. He'll be appearing at Hot 97's Summer Jam in June.

You can check out Bryson Tiller's performance of "Exchange" on Late Night With Seth Meyers in the video above.