Last week, Bryson Tiller delivered a Christmas album, titled “A Different Christmas.” This contained seven tracks, with appearances from Justin Bieber, Kiana Ledé, Bryson’s daughter, and more. This in preparation for his next studio album.
Plenty of Bryson’s throwback hits are still very much in full rotation for fans of his. This includes his 2015 breakout hit singles, “Exchange,” and “Don’t.” These two dominated that year, and now have reached a new milestone.
According to Chart Data, Exchange and Don’t, are now both certified 7x platinum, in the US. This is after each sold 7 million units. Both singles went on to appear on his 2015 debut studio album, “Trap Soul.” That project went on to debut at number eight, on the Billboard 200 chart, and is 3x platinum, in the US.
Tiller went on to finally release a Trap Soul deluxe edition last fall, near the five-year anniversary of the original album. This contained three new songs, with an appearance from The Weeknd.