Bryson Tiller

Bryson Tiller Returns with Self-Titled Album and Announces Tour

After a four-year hiatus since his last full-length album “Anniversary,” Bryson Tiller has made a comeback with a brand new self-titled album. The album consists of 19 tracks, including previously released songs like “Outside,” “Whatever She Wants,” and “Calypso.” It also features collaborations with Victoria Monet on “Persuasion” and Clara La San on “Random Access Memory [RAM].”

In an interview with Billboard, Tiller expressed that not every song on the album will resonate with everyone, as each track has its own intentional purpose. He acknowledged that some listeners may have preferences and dislikes, but he aimed to cater to a wide range of tastes and preferences with the album’s diverse offerings.

To celebrate the release of the album, Bryson Tiller has announced a self-titled tour, set to kick off next month. The tour will begin in Portland, Oregon, on May 11, and will include stops in various cities such as Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Boston, New York, Atlanta, and Philadelphia, among others. The tour will conclude on June 28 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Fans can now listen to Bryson Tiller’s new self-titled album on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music, where they can explore the artist’s latest musical creations. The album showcases Tiller’s growth as an artist and offers something for everyone, with its diverse range of tracks and collaborations.

As Bryson Tiller embarks on his tour, fans can look forward to experiencing his new album live and witnessing his artistic evolution firsthand. The self-titled album marks an exciting chapter in Tiller’s career and is sure to captivate listeners with its unique blend of R&B and hip-hop sounds.

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