Rihanna was in rare form tonight, as she actually danced this year at the 2018 Grammy awards. Joining Dj Khaled and Bryson Tiller on stage to perform their collaboration Wild Thoughts.
Jazmine Sullivan and Bryson Tiller star in their own episode of the hit HBO show ‘Insecure’ as they debut the video to their new video for the lead single off the Vol 2 insecure soundtrack. Set in the same apartment building that Issa Rae lived in, Jazmine throws a party with some friends while trying to have fun, Jazmine notices her phone blowing up as her man repeatedly text’s her phone with messages showing off his insecurity in the relationship. The new visual features cameos from the actors who play in the show, such as Issa Rae, Natasha Rothwell, who plays the very funny Kelly, Sarunas J. Jackson who plays Molly’s new love intrest Dro and Amanda Seales
Not only is HBO’s Insecure one of the hottest new show out speaking volumes to us Millennials when it comes to love, work, and friendships. While the acting is on point, the music is on point as well.Fresh off the Season 2 premiere of “Insecure,” Jazmine Sullivan and Bryson Tiller team up on the title track for the soundtrack
In the new song Jazmine and Bryson go back and forth with their relationship issues. Earlier tonight, Bryson kicked off his “Set It Off Tour” in Atlanta with H.E.R. and Metro Boomin. Check out the new song below.
After releasing his sophomore album True to Self, a month early, Bryson Tiller has announced his new supporting tour “Set It Off Tour” with special guest Metro Boommin and Her. The 27-date trek is set to kick off Aug. 3 in Atlanta, while also hitting cities such as New Orleans, Las Vegas, New York, and Philadelphia. Tickets for the “Set It Off Tour” go on sale June 2. See the full tour itinerary below.
Just a few seconds after releasing his new album ‘True To Self,’ four weeks ahead of its June 23 release date, Bryson Tiller keeps the surprises coming as he unleashed his new video for “Somethin Tells Me.” Directed by Elijah Steen, Tiller takes on the job of a photographer, shooting groups of gorgeous women along some beautiful scenes including the ocean.
Bryson Tiller decided to give his fans the ultimate surprise today as he released his sophomore album a month early. The album was scheduled to be released June 23rd but, Bryson took to his twitter to announce the early release saying “i know we said June 23rd… but i say we Set it Off Tonight!! ALBUM OUT NOW” Stream the new album below.
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With just a month until Bryson Tiller releases his sophomore album ‘True To Self,’ the singer went on this isntagram to reveal the official tracklisting to his upcoming album. Due June 23, the 19 tracks include “Blowing Smoke,” “High Stakes,” and the lead single “Somethin Tells Me.”
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Bryson Tiller is back! Today the singer announced his brand new album True To Self,the follow-up to the certified platinum T R A P S O U L, which will arrive on June 23.Instead of releasing the album name Bryson took to his IG to release an album trailer. The surpises didn’t stop just there, Bryson Tiller also treated his fans 3 new songs titled “Honey,” “Somethin Tells Me” and “Get Mine.” Tiller’s True To Self arrives on June 23. Fans can pre-order the album now by clicking here.
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The 2016 BET awards is already shaping up the be one of the best award shows for the summer, after announcing that Alicia Keys, Maxwell, as performers and Prince tributes by D’Angelo, The Roots, and Janelle Monáe, the network took today to announce that Future, Usher, and Bryson Tiller will be joining the star- studded line up for this year’s performers.
BET also has a secret performer on board, which fans can help identify by using the hashtag #BETAwardsReveal on Twitter and Facebook. If enough fans use the tag, the name of secret performer will be revealed. Anthony Anderson Tracee Ellis Ross are set to co-host the show, which will air live on June 26 from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater at 8 p.m. EST.
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