Bryson Tiller - Trap Soul - 2015 R+B Hip Hop Pop LP

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CA$39.95

Bryson Tiller - Trap Soul

Label: RCA
– 88875-15119-1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
With pic insert
including a DL code for digital content
Country: US
Released: 02 Oct 2015
Genre: Funk / Soul
Style: Contemporary R&B




Tracklist
A1 Intro (Difference)
A2 Let Em' Know
A3 Exchange
A4 For However Long
A5 Don't
A6 Open Interlude
A7 Ten Nine Fourteen
A8 The Senquence


B1 Rambo
B2 502 Come Up
B3 Sorry Not Sorry
B4 Been That Way
B5 Overtime
B6 Right My Wrongs


Bryson Djuan Tiller (born January 2, 1993) is an American singer-songwriter and occasional rapper. His debut studio album, T R A P S O U L, released on October 2, 2015.

Early life
Bryson Djuan Tiller was born on January 2, 1993, in Louisville, Kentucky.His mother died when he was four years old. He has three siblings.

Career
2015–present: T R A P S O U L
Tiller started receiving massive internet attention from music industry insiders with his breakout single "Don't", which he originally released on his SoundCloud page. Early co-signs from record producer Timbaland and Canadian rapper/singer Drake led to major label attention for Tiller, with him eventually choosing to sign a creative partnership with RCA Records. Announced on August 25, 2015 T R A P S O U L debuted at number 11 on the Billboard 200.

Artistry
Talking about his musical style, Tiller said, "It's just trap and hip hop-influenced R&B, the perfect marriage between hip hop and R&B." Tiller has cited American singer Omarion as his biggest influence. Other influences include R. Kelly, The-Dream, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and Drake. Critics have compared Tiller's style to Jeremih, Drake, PartyNextDoor and Tory Lanez.


Certainly Impressed. Amazing Vulnerability, Word-Play Skills and Versatility. He reminds me of Drake, but expresses his thoughts on a different level. I can listen to his music from start to finish without skipping through any tracks. So far my favorite tracks are: Exchange, Don't, Sorry Not Sorry, Been That Way, Right My Wrongs, Rambo, Let Em' Know, and Ten Nine Fourteen.

Tiller definitely has talent and he brings a fresh new sound to the world of Trap & RnB music. The track "Don't" has been on repeat for a few months and I still haven't gotten tired of it. Really excited to see how he changes the game, especially with Drake and Timberland reaching out to him, he's destined to go far. Good music & Great talent.

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Condition New
Format LP
Label RCA