Bryson Tiller decided to drop his sophomore album early. The project True To Self is currently available for streaming and download on iTunes/Apple Music and Spotify.
The album was released on May 26, but the original release date was suppose to be on June 23rd. Seems Tiller feared the project would be leaved so he releases it early. The project has no guest features and comes with 19 tracks including songs like “Don’t Get Too High” and “Blowing Smoke.” Bryson Tiller also released a music video for one of the singles off the album “Somethin Tells Me.”
“When you are being true to yourself, you are completely honest with what you feel, deeply value, and desire,” the singer said. “It also means communicating your feelings wholeheartedly both with yourself and others, allowing your truth to flow through you and into the world.” Watch the music video for “Somethin Tells Me” below.
True To Self is the follow up to Tiller’s debut album Trapsoul released in 2015. Back then he earned a Grammy nomination for the single “Exchange.” Stream Bryson Tiller sophomore album True To Self on iTunes/Apple Music below.