Bryson Tiller Doesn’t Let All Of 2015’s Success Make Him ‘Self Righteous’

12.02.15 2 years ago 2 Comments
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Even if TRAPSOUL didn’t take over every radio station in the country, the more than stellar project from Bryson Tiller earned him an international buzz that pits him near the top of the Rookie of the Year list. On “Self Righteous,” Tiller continues buzzing like he’s rolling off 10 pills with more of the same harmonies and 808s.

Louisville should be proud of this kid because with every record that drops, his star approaches Halley’s Comet-levels of heat. Produced by Ayo, the trap drums and soft vocals glow with contrast and continue to forge a signature sound for the young sinner/singer.

For bonus points, the outro plays out with some stellar keys, providing a more musical approach than most of his Fruity Loopin’ peers. Keep an eye on Bryson Tiller in 2016.

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