Bryson Tiller Drops ‘Sorrows’ Ahead Livestream Event

After sporadically releasing hits for years, our favorite Trapsoul singer is back with a surprise for his patient fans. Grammy-nominated multi-platinum selling recording artist Bryson Tiller shares the visual for “Sorrows”. Directed by Kid Super, the futuristic video reinforces Tiller’s themes about time.

 “Sorrows” is taken from Tiller’s latest album released last fall on the 5-year anniversary of His debut album. The dreamy visual follows the R&B star as he navigates the desert after being sold a dream by a woman. Tiller tries to sort things out, but after arguing too much, he can only now “drown in his sorrows”.

Although ‘Sorrows’ released back in October, Bryson Tiller released the video after announcing some pretty exciting news.

Earlier this week the star also announced a special live stream concert event, “Trapsoul Series” in partnership with premium digital live platform Moment House, sponsored by Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey.

Tiller’s concert will be available to stream on March 18th and tickets are available for purchase now.

Bryson Tiller’s Track Record of Trap

He amassed over 8.8 billion streams and 2.4 billion video views worldwide, making him one of the biggest R&B/Hip Hop artists in history. His debut album T R A P S O U L earned RIAA 3x’s a platinum certification and debuted at #2 on the Billboard R&B charts.

Breakout album tracks like “Don’t” and “Exchange” are also currently certified 4x Platinum. His sophomore album True To Self debuted at #1 on Billboard 200 charts and Top R&B/Hip Hop albums chart with 1.6B streams and counting.

He recently dropped his long-awaited T R A P S O U L and, his third studio album A N N I V E R S A R Y as a tribute to T R A P S O U L as a gift to fans.  The album finds Tiller returning to his Trapsoul roots with lead singles “Always Forever” and “Outta Time” ft Drake. 

The Louisville native is finally coming out of the shadows again to remind us who the kind of Trapsoul is. Hopefully, we will see new music from Bryson Tiller soon, who knows? maybe be even an album.

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