Last fall, Bryson Tiller made his highly anticipated return, by putting out the deluxe edition for his 2015 debut studio album, “Trap Soul.” That contained four new tracks, and included an appearance from The Weeknd. The next week, Tiller put out his “Anniversary” album, to celebrate the 5-year anniversary of Trap Soul.
This weekend, the R&B star revealed on Instagram, how he fell out of love from music for a while, but that changed, after celebrating the anniversary of Trap Soul last year. This was also in the middle of Tiller dealing with the loss of his grandmother.
“Years go by.. Thanks to all of you who have been supporting for so long!! Celebrating the Anniversary with you guys last year really helped me fall back in love with making music… because to be honest, for a while there i really didn’t wanna be bothered with anything music related. My grandmother’s passing took me by surprise and made me realize i really can’t be stagnant out here and that i MUST keep moving no matter WHAT.”
More good news is here about a new album though, as Tiller says he’s been working on multiple. One of them is also “100% complete.” One of the albums has supposedly been titled “Serenity,” and was supposedly set to be put out in 2022. Last year, Tiller also revealed that he is experimenting with different genres of music, in his next few albums.
Check out Bryson Tiller discussing his upcoming projects below.