Bryson Tiller's debut album TrapSoul was released last October and he has received moderate success since then, so it seems odd that last night (May 23) was his first late-night performance. Nonetheless, the Louisville artist owned his Late Night With Seth Meyers live debut.

Performing "Exchange," Tiller sung the sad f--k boy lyrics inside a box lit with blood-red lights, a design technique that has been popular among R&B artists like Drake and The Weeknd. But this version made the set of "Hotline Bling" look like a child's playground in comparison.

Along with promoting TrapSoul, Bryson recently teamed up with The Weeknd for their "Rambo" remix and dropped "Love You To Pieces" with Fat Joe. After watching his performance, take this quiz to see which of these R&B hunks should be your bae.