Bryson Tiller surprises fans tonight with an early release of his sophomore album, True to Self.
Originally, the album was slated for June 23, but Pen Griffey decided to drop it nearly a month early. He teased the project with three new tracks: "Honey," "Somethin Tells Me," and "Get Mine" featuring Young Thug. True to Self is available on Apple Music and iTunes now.
Tiller describes the True to Self title as “when you are being true to yourself, you are completely honest with what you feel, deeply value, and desire. It also means communicating your feelings wholeheartedly both with yourself and others, allowing your truth to flow through you and into the world.”
The Louisville, Kentucky native became R&B’s newest sensation in 2015 as “Don’t” and “Exchange” cracked into the Billboard Top 40. When Trapsoul released on October 2, 2015, it was a streaming giant that eventually became certified Platinum in April of 2016. Many of the album’s non-singles were fan favorites such as the smooth-sounding “Sorry Not Sorry” and "Been That Way” while he showcased his bars on “502 Come Up” and “Rambo.”
As expected, Bryson Tiller became a trending topic on Twitter. True to Self has already gotten a lot of reactions from fans:
Tiller also dropped a video for "Somethin Tells Me," which you can watch below. Tiller SZN is here.