Recently, GRAMMY-Award nominated, multi-platinum selling artist Bryson Tiller released his third and highly-anticipated studio album A N N I V E R S A R Y via Trapsoul/RCA Records.
Early last week, he took to Twitter to announce about this album and express gratitude to his loyal fans. A N N I V E R S A R Y is a project that talks about Tiller’s rise in the field, from his entry fie years ago to today, as he is claimed to be one of the young greats who is largely responsible for the resurgence of R&B, while concurrently creating his own “trapsoul” genre.
The album features 10 tracks and portrays Tiller’s return to his T R A P S O U L roots, while also integrating R&B vocals over trap-driven beats. The album also boasts of Tiller’s seamless rap skills. Fans can enjoy productions from Noah “40” Shebib , Ninteen85, Vinylz, J-Louis, NES, Teddy Walton and features Drake.
The album A N N I V E R S A R Y is seamlessly led by singles “Inhale” and “Always Forever.” According to Billboard, “Inhale” is “a bold stride back into the spotlight…one of his most inventive moments yet.” On the other hand, Vulture stated that it is “slow and sexy” and according to Complex, it is “a quintessential R&B record…” It is also interesting to note that The New York Times has integrated the song “Always Forever” in “The Playlist,” wherein it discusses the best tracks of the week.
The new album A N N I V E R S A R Y is the sequel to the highly appreciated sophomore album, True To Self (2017), which bagged the top spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, after its release and according to Variety, it is “one of the biggest records of the summer, if not the year.” Just last week, fans of Tiller’s were ecstatic due to the release of the T R A P S O U L (Deluxe) album, featuring three tracks that were only available on his SoundCloud prior to the release- “Just Another Interlude,” “Self Righteous” and “Rambo: (Last Blood)” ft. The Weeknd; along with a brand new track. Since the deluxe project has now been released, various streaming platforms and digital service providers can now stream or sell the tracks. Along with this release, Tiller also shared with his fans the reflective video to “Right My Wrongs,” which was extremely popular from his original T R A P S O U L album.
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