By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Last fall, Bryson Tiller was very consistent with his music after taking over a year and a half off. In September, he put out two singles in “Always Forever” and “Inhale.” Later that month, Tiller put out his “Trap Soul” deluxe edition album five years later. The next week, the Louisville native put out his “Anniversary” album.
Tiller recently took to social media to reveal plans he has regarding music in 2021. In the winter, he was supposed to put out his “Serenity” album but that didn’t happen. He revealed that he wasn’t in the right mental state at the time. It also will not be released in 2022 due to business aspects needing to be handled. It will be a three-disc project though featuring rap, R&B, and pop editions.
As far as music for 2021, there are plenty on the way. Tiller said that the deluxe edition for Anniversary will be out later this month. Regarding a whole new album, that will also be available later this year. Prior to Anniversary’s release last fall. Tiller’s previous studio album was his sophomore project, “True To Self,” in the summer of 2017.
Check out Tiller speaking on his upcoming projects below.
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