Bryson Tiller might only be in his early 20s, but the Kentucky-born crooner is on his way to R&B stardom. From Timbaland and Drake co-signs to the success of his hit single “Don’t,” which has nearly eight million plays on Soundcloud, Tiller is popping up on everyone’s radar. And, rightfully so.
Tiller began singing and rapping at the age of 15 and eventually started writing and recording his own music. After school he worked full-time at Papa John’s, using his spare time to create music straight from his living room. Now, the self-proclaimed Trap Soul artist is making major waves on the Internet, grinding out smooth tracks that are the crooner’s own special brand of PBR&B. Thus, it’s no surprise that Tiller caught the eye of Drizzy, fueling rumors that he might OVO’s next artist after he posted a photo of himself hanging out with the 6 God himself.
Dej Loaf, Migos, The Weeknd, Fetty Wap, and ILoveMakonnen have all gotten the Drake co-sign, so fans can’t help but wonder if Tiller is next to blow. And with millions of listens on his Soundcloud, a lot of buzz surrounding him, and a refreshing R&B sound, that prediction just might be right.