Bryson Tiller is a talented singer, songwriter, and rapper in America. He started to write and record songs when he was just 15 years old. He put out his first mixtape titled Killer Instinct which included 21 songs in the year 2011. Although it failed to create much noise, it was certainly an introduction to the rising star. At that time he used to work part-time at Papa John’s and UPS to pay his bills. It was his single “Don’t” that put him on the map.
Released initially on Tiller’s SoundCloud page in 2014, it earned him massive internet attention from the people of the music industry. It gained more than three million plays on SoundCloud. Later in May 2015, it was released commercially on iTunes and eventually became the lead single off his first studio album.
“Don’t” was ranked 13th on US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Artists such as Sevyn Streeter, Mila J, K Camp, WSTRN, and D.R.A.M. have remixed his song. In October 2015, he released his debut album called T R A P S O U L, which got a place at number 8 on the US Billboard 200. The album was featured on a few 2015 year-end lists including The Root’s 10 Favorite Albums of 2015, PopSugar’s The 24 Best Albums of 2015 and Complex’s The Best Albums of 2015.
Following the success of his breakout single “Don’t”, Tiller was cosigned by Canadian Rapper Drake and high-profile record producer Timbaland. On August 2015 he signed a creative partnership with RCA Records. He was even asked to sign with OVO Sound record label of Drake; however, he declined the offer. In the year 2015, his name was included in the Rolling Stone’s list of “10 New Artists You Need to Know”.
In 2016, Greg Fischer, the Mayor of Louisville welcomed Tiller to the city. He made his television debut by appearing on the Late Night with Seth Meyers show, where he performed his hit single “Exchange”. He also performed at the BET Awards, where he bagged two awards, Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist. In July 2016, Tiller along with rapper Future featured in the DJ Khaled’s song “Ima Be Alright”. The same year in September, he appeared on the song “First Take” by rapper Travis Scott, which belonged from the second studio album of Scott. In January 2017, Tiller made the announcements of his upcoming album, which will be titled “True to self”.
Although Tiller has looked up to artists such as Drake, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, The-Dream and R. Kelly, his main influence was the American singer Omarion. Especially, Omarion’s album “O” had made a huge impact on his music.
In January 2017, Forbes magazine featured Bryson in the “30 under 30” list, which showcases entrepreneurs, celebrities, and entertainers who have made it big before turning 30.
Bryson Tiller Biography and Family –
Bryson Tiller was born on January 2, 1993, in Louisville, Kentucky. His grandmother raised him along with his younger brother Eric after he lost his mother at the tender age of four. He has four siblings. After completing school, he started working at Papa John’s Pizza and UPS.
Bryson is reportedly engaged to Markea Bivens and they have a daughter named Harley.
Bryson Tiller Total Net Worth in 2017 :- $220,000
Bryson Tiller’s total net worth is approximate $220,000 in 2017.
Bryson Tiller Education –
Tiller did his schooling from Iroquois High School. He used to sing for girls in school.
Bryson Tiller Business Model –
In December 2016, Bryson Tiller landed a brand endorsement deal with Nike.
Bryson Tiller Assets –
Currently Bryson Tiller owns a house and a car.
Bryson Tiller Latest news –
While he didn’t win it, Tiller’s track “Exchange” was nominated at the Grammy Awards for the Best R&B Song.
DJ Khaled has hinted that he is going to feature Bryson Tiller again in his upcoming album.
Steven J. Dorn, Bryson’s former manager, has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the rapper’s current team.
Coming from a town where talents go unnoticed, the fact that Bryson Tiller has a made for himself is really remarkable. Millions of music lovers are hooked to his SoundCloud channel for his nostalgic yet unique music. Spanning the line between mesmerizing, slow jams and fascinating beats, the music of the 24 years old rapper gets stuck in your head.