Honey, you a bad bitch.
Bryson Tiller is back with not one but three new songs to announce his new album.
After his breakout single “Don’t” propelled him from SoundCloud to Billboard in 2015, Tiller has toured with The Weeknd and became a staple feature artist among hip-hop’s heavyweights.
Now, less than two years after his debut “Trapsoul” dropped, he has announced his sophomore album is titled “True To Self” and will drop June 23.
To celebrate, the 24-year-old has shared three songs - “Honey”, “Somethin Tells Me”, and “Get Mine” - that will all appear on the album.
“Somethin Tells Me” is a smooth-as-hell throwback R&B cut about jealousy and complications in relationships, while the crooner goes full-on rap with Young Thug on “Get Mine”.
These days it’s common for artists to unleash all their work at once - see Drake with the “More Life” mixtape - and let the public choose the singles by seeing what pops off on streaming.
Although, it seems like Tiller is pushing the sensual “Honey” - produced by NES - as the lead single, seeing as it’s the only song currently posted on his social media.
You can pre-order “True To Self” now.