By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Bryson Tiller has made a hell of a comeback with his music this month after a year-long break. He released his “Inhale” and “Always Forever” singles as in the Inhale music video, he revealed that a new album would be arriving this fall. In the meantime, he finally released the deluxe edition to his debut studio album, “Trap Soul,” last Friday which included three new songs with The Weeknd being on the “Rambo (Last Blood)” remix.
Now, it appears fans are finally getting some clarity on the release date for the upcoming album. Tiller released a trailer for the album on Twitter this morning and the title is going to be ‘Anniversary.’ In his tweet, Tiller said “Real fans know the countdown started months ago. Anniversary 10/2.”
Tiller ended up making this release date the anniversary of Trap Soul’s release which was October 2, 2015. This project did very well at the time as it was led by the hit singles, “Exchange” and “Don’t.” Trap Soul reached No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart and has since been certified 3x platinum by the RIAA in the US. His previous album was his sophomore album, “True To Self,” in May 2017 as it became his first No.1 album. Many see Trap Soul as his best piece of work to this date though and have the expectations of the Anniversary album delivering the same way.
real fans know the countdown started months ago. Anniversary 10/2 pic.twitter.com/L9OEJTDhF2
— tiller (@brysontiller) September 28, 2020
Follow Hip-HopVibe.com on Twitter and Instagram @HipHopVibe1.