Bryson Tiller Drops Third Studio Album For The 5 Year Anniversary Of Trap Soul
It's been three years since Bryson Tiller has dropped his last project and October 2nd marks the five-year anniversary for "Trapsoul," his debut album that inserted him directly into the R&B and Rap game.
Now Bryson has decided to excite fans by dropping his third official studio album titled "Anniversary", rumors hit the net earlier this week, that he and Drake would have a record on the project, which has now been confirmed. Ahead of Bryson's release, he dropped the deluxe version of "Trapsoul" updating it with a few tracks like "Rambo" featuring R&B Crooner The Weeknd. It seems he's done with his hiatus and he's ready to get back to the music for the moment.
Just the other day Tiller took to one of his fans twitter mentions to let them know he plans to release another album following this one in the winter. I guess we will have to wait and see if Tiller follows through with his fourth album later this year, but until then he's left us with ten new tracks to dissect while we wait. Stream "Anniversary" now on all streaming platforms.