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Bryson Tiller Drops ‘T R A P S O U L (Deluxe)’ Album To Celebrate 5th Anniversary — Shares Video For “Right My Wrongs”

BRYSON TILLER DROPS T R A P S O U L (DELUXE) ALBUM TO CELEBRATE 5TH ANNIVERSARY

INCLUDES FAN FAVORITE TRACKS

“Just Another Interlude,” “Self Righteous” and “Rambo (Last Blood)” ft. The Weeknd

SHARES VIDEO FOR “RIGHT MY WRONGS”

CLICK HERE TO WATCH

[September 25, 2020 – New York, NY] In celebration of the 5th anniversary of his breakthrough debut album release, chart-topping, multi-platinum selling, GRAMMY-Award nominated recording artist Bryson Tiller drops today the T R A P S O U L (Deluxe) album via Trapsoul/RCA Records. Click HERE to listen.

T R A P S O U L (Deluxe) includes three fan favorite tracks that were only previously available on his SoundCloud – “Just Another Interlude,” “Self Righteous” and “Rambo: (Last Blood)” ft. The Weeknd; as well as a new track, “Outro (Thank You).” With the release of the deluxe project, the tracks are now available to stream/purchase at all digital service providers.

In addition to the deluxe release, Bryson shares the reflective video to “Right My Wrongs,” which was a standout on the original T R A P S O U L album. Click HERE to watch.

Released in 2015, T R A P S O U L is the career defining, critically acclaimed debut album that catapulted Bryson Tiller to the forefront during the resurgence of R&B with his own unique blend of “trapsoul” tracks that are rooted in hip-hop and R&B. The album has reached significant milestones including RIAA 3x Platinum certification with over 5.8 billion streams in the U.S.  Album tracks “Don’t” and “Exchange” are certified 4x Platinum, “Sorry Not Sorry” and “Overtime” are certified Platinum and “Rambo” is certified Gold by the RIAA. Tiller earned his first ever GRAMMY nomination for R&B Song with “Exchange” and won two BET Awards for Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist from the albums initial release.

Tiller is currently gearing up to release his third studio album this fall which is led by his most recent releases, “Inhale” and “Always Forever.”

Listen to T R A P S O U L (Deluxe), watch “Right My Wrongs” and keep an eye out for more from Tiller coming soon.

Listen to T R A P S O U L (Deluxe): https://brysontiller.lnk.to/TRAPSOULdeluxe

Watch “Right My Wrongs”: https://brysontiller.lnk.to/RightMyWrongsVid

T R A P S O U L (Deluxe) Tracklisting:

  1. (Intro) Difference
  2. Let Em Know
  3. Exchange
  4. For However Long
  5. Don’t
  6. Open Interlude
  7. Ten Nine Fourteen
  8. The Sequence
  9. Rambo
  10. 502 Come Up
  11. Sorry Not Sorry
  12. Been That Way
  13. Overtime
  14. Right My Wrongs
  15. Just Another Interlude
  16. Self Righteous
  17. Rambo (Last Blood) ft. The Weeknd
  18. Outro (Thank You)

About Bryson Tiller:

Bryson Tiller has captivated fans since his inception with the success of his 2015 debut album, T R A P S O U L.  Following up in 2017 with his sophomore album, True To Self, which clinched the #1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart, Tiller staked his claim as one of the young greats in R&B/Hip-Hop.

True to Self, now RIAA certified Gold, was the artist’s first #1 debut in the US, also claiming the top spots on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums, R&B Albums and Digital Albums. The album has been streamed over 1.6 billion times worldwide to date. Tiller’s debut album T R A P S O U L also reached significant milestones, including RIAA 3x Platinum certification with over 5.8 billion streams in the U.S.  Album tracks “Don’t” and “Exchange” are certified 4x Platinum, “Sorry Not Sorry” and “Overtime” are certified Platinum and “Rambo” is certified Gold by the RIAA. Among his many accomplishments, Tiller was nominated for a GRAMMY (Best R&B Song for “Exchange”), won two BET Awards for Best New Artist, Best Male R&B/Pop Artist and has sold-out 2 consecutive tours, the “T R A P S O U L Tour”  and “Set It Off Tour.”

Tiller has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music, including DJ Khaled and Rihanna on “Wild Thoughts” which the trio performed at the 2018 GRAMMY Awards and earned them a BET Award for Best Collaboration, Summer Walker on “Playing Games” and H.E.R. on “Could’ve Been” which earned him his second GRAMMY nomination for R&B Performance in 2020.

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