For those of you on the lookout for new Bryson Tiller, your wait for a new project is almost over. The singer took to Instagram to reveal the tracklist for his upcoming sophomore album True to Self, and it looks like we're getting 19 tracks from Tiller when he releases the project in late June.
The tracklist confirms "Somethin Tells Me" is the only record to make it from his recent three-song drop, and it's important to note no features are listed. It's unclear if Tiller is holding back on them until June 23 or going the feature-less route like he did on Trapsoul, but Travis Scott hinted he may appear on the album's third track, "Don't Get Too High":
"Don't get to high"— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) May 23, 2017
Young tiller let's get it
Can't wait for this album pic.twitter.com/aC1XwVTtOE
There's no telling who all will end up on True To Self, but Tiller has been spotted alongside a bunch of heavy hitters during the recording process. He briefly toured with the Weeknd earlier this year, and previously told fans he was in the studio helping Drake out with More Life. Tiller certainly isn't afraid to take on a full project by himself, and he has even expressed a desire to do it all himself if he can't get the right artists on his project.
"If someone's not going to rap on my song, I'll rap it myself," he said. "If they won't sing on my song, I just sing on it myself." If the name of the project is any indication, Tiller probably isn't going to stray too far from the creative process he believes in.
The album's sequencing is another point of interest to watch heading into release. The artwork for True To Self breaks up the songs on the tracklist into 3-5 song blocks, using thick white lines to split up portions of the album. Tiller likes to bounce back and forth between R&B and hip-hop styles, so perhaps the mark-up is an indication of the switches in tempo and sound throughout the project.
You can check out the tracklist for True To Self below.