May 12, 2017


Bryson Tiller Announces New Album 'True To Self,' Drops Three Songs: Listen

Get ready to sink deep into your simp feelings this summer, because Bryson Tiller just announced the details for his new album. Titled True to Self, it will be released on June 23 and continues the drowsy, emotional themes that were seen on his debut effort.

Along with revealing the album news, Tiller also dropped three new songs to give fans a taste of what's to come. The first is "Honey," which the singer released on Soundcloud. The cloudy downtempo is meant for late nights in the bedroom, thanks to its heartbeat-heavy production and lyrics like this: "I knew you was different when you spoke to me, your grammar / So eloquent and mannered, yeah that shit attractive / And you nasty, told me come break your back in (back in) / What's poppin' later? We got action."

Next is "Get Mine," the strongest track of the three that features Young Thug, where Tiller boasts about his rapid rise to fame. "Somethin Tells Me" finds the singer reflecting on a relationship that he know wasn't meant to last for a long time. Again, the impassioned feelings aren't lost on these new songs!

True to Self follows Tiller's 2015 debut album Trapsoul, which gained massive success due to breakout single "Don't" that peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. The singer recently popped up in The Weeknd's "Reminder" video and will be performing at London's Wireless Festival this summer.

Next up, check out this throwback interview where Young Thug talks debut album Hy!£UN35 at Lollapalooza 2015: