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American singer and rapper Bryson Djuan Tiller was born on January 2, 1993. He started his career in 2011 with a mixtape dubbed Killer Instinct Vol. 1; he was born in Louisville, Kentucky. The release of “Don’t” in 2015, which peaked in the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100, catalyzed Tiller’s debut mainstream breakthrough.

The record’s popularity led to a recording contract with RCA Records and served as the first single for his debut studio album, Trapsoul (2015), which reached the top 10 on the Billboard 200 and included the Grammy Award-nominated hit “Exchange.” True to Self, Tiller’s second studio album, debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 upon its May 2017 release. The same year, he collaborated with Rihanna on DJ Khaled’s number-two Billboard Hot 100 song, “Wild Thoughts.”

Tiller has garnered several honors, including two BET Awards for Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist; in March 2016, he got presented with the key to the city by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.


On 2 January 1993, in Louisville, Kentucky, Bryson Tiller was born. At age four, his mother passed away, and his grandmother raised him. Tiller resided with his cousins Ryan and Kevon Smekrud till he became 17 years old.

Three brothers belong to him. At age 15, he began singing and rapping while enrolled at Iroquois High School. In 2011, he made a mixtape named Killer Instinct Vol.1 with 21 tracks. In 2013, Tiller quit school, had a baby, and took a sabbatical from music while working at Papa John’s Pizza and UPS to support his daughter, Harley.

Career 2014–2016: Success and Trap Soul

In October 2014, Tiller published his first track “Don’t” to his SoundCloud account, which attracted online attention from music industry professionals.

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It was officially published on iTunes for digital download in May 2015, becoming his first studio album’s lead single. 13th on the Billboard Hot 100 list was the highest position reached by “Don’t.” Artists like K Camp, Mila J, Sevyn Streeter, DRAM, and WSTRN have remixed this song.  Early endorsements from record producer Timbaland and rapper Drake attracted the interest of big labels, resulting in Tiller’s decision to sign a record contract with RCA Records, released on August 25, 2015.  Tiller was given a contract with Drake’s OVO Sound record company but rejected it.

First Studio Album

Tiller’s first studio album, Trapsoul, was released on October 2, 2015, and debuted at number 11 on the US Billboard 200 before climbing to eight.

 The second song from the album, “Exchange,” reached number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 and garnered the artist a Grammy for Best R&B Single. “Sorry Not Sorry,” the third song from the album Trap soul, peaked at number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album appeared on many year-end lists for 2015, including Complex’s The Best Albums of 2015, The Root’s 10 Favorite Albums of 2015, and PopSugar’s The 24 Greatest Albums of 2015. Also, in 2015, he co-wrote the song “Proof” for Chris Brown’s seventh studio album, Royalty.

In July 2016, Tiller performed at the Stavernfestivalen. With THEY as the opening act, Tiller kicked off the Trap soul Tour in January 2016 to promote the record.

His First Debut

On March 12, 2016, Mayor Greg Fischer of Louisville presented Bryson Tiller with the city’s key and designated March 12 as “Bryson Tiller Day.”  Tiller made his U.S. television debut on the Late Night with Seth Meyers program in May 2016, playing “Exchange.” On June 26, 2016, he performed at the BET Awards, winning the Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist categories.

In July 2016, DJ Khaled released his ninth studio album, Major Key, which included the song “Ima Be Okay” featuring Tiller and rapper Future. In September 2016, Tiller also performed on the theme “First Take” from Travis Scott’s second studio album, Birds in the Trap Sang McKnight.

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