Bryson Tiller has quickly become one of the most popular R&B singers in the world. With his soulful voice and emotive lyrics, Bryson has won the hearts of fans all over the globe. His debut album, “T R A P S O U L,” was released in 2015 and spawned several hit singles, including “Don’t,” “Exchange,” and “Sorry Not Sorry.” In this article, we will take a look at 10 of Bryson’s best songs ever.
10. BODY IN MOTION (feat. Bryson Tiller, Lil Baby & Roddy Ricch)
“Body in Motion” is a track from Bryson’s 2020 album, “Anniversary.” The song features Lil Baby and Roddy Ricch and is a smooth, trap-infused bop. The three artists flow effortlessly over the hypnotic beat, making for a truly enjoyable listening experience. The song talks about the importance of staying in shape and taking care of one’s body. It is a song that has been featured in many workout montages and is sure to get your body moving.
09. Let Em’ Know
“Let Em’ Know” is one of the greatest songs on Bryson Tiller’s debut album, T R A P S O U L. The song was produced by Boi-Idk and co-produced by Jazze Pha. The song is about a woman who has been hurt by her past relationships and is now ready to move on. The song features a great beat and Bryson Tiller’s smooth vocals. According to Hot New HipHop, this beautiful song reached number 19 on the US R&B charts. It has received much more success after being featured in a commercial for Beats by Dre.
08. Outta Time (feat. Drake)
“Outta Time” is a track from Tiller’s sophomore album, True to Self. The song features Drake and is produced by Boi-idle. “Outta Time” is a dark, hypnotic track that finds Tiller and Drake reflecting on past relationships. The song peaked at number eight on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart. The song was written by Tiller, Boi-idle, and Drake. It has been featured as a soundtrack in the film, The Perfect Guy.
“Sorrows” is a track from Tiller’s debut album, Trapsoul. The song was produced by Tariq Beats and co-produced by Tiller himself. It features a guest appearance from singer Kehlani. “Sorrows” is a mid-tempo R&B ballad that deals with the struggles of a past relationship. The song’s lyrics are introspective and honest, with Tiller reflecting on his own mistakes. The production is atmospheric and sparse, with a heavy emphasis on Tiller’s vocals. The song reached number 21 on the US R&B chart.
6. THRU THE NIGHT (feat. Bryson Tiller)
This song is a smooth R&B track that features Bryson Tiller’s falsetto front and center. The production is minimal, with a simple piano melody and thumping drums. The song is about a night out with your significant other, and how you would do anything for them. The song was produced by Boi-Idol, and features a guest verse from Tiller’s good friend, PartyNextDoor. The song has gained much relevance after being featured in the popular TV show, Insecure.
5. Right My Wrongs
“Right My Wrongs” is another incredible track on Bryson Tiller’s debut album, Trapsoul. The song is a somber ballad in which Tiller regrets past mistakes and wrongdoings. He pledges to make things right for the woman he loves, vowing that he has changed. According to The Odyssey Online, the production on “Right My Wrongs” is sparse and haunting, featuring only a piano and Tiller’s emotive vocals. The song is a standout on Trapsoul and has featured as a soundtrack on multiple television shows most notably, on an episode of Grey’s Anatomy.
4. Playing Games (with Bryson Tiller) – Extended Version
Bryson Tiller’s “Playing Games” is a classic example of a heartbreak song. He sings about a past relationship that didn’t work out, and how he’s still affected by it. The song was written by Tiller and produced by Boi-Idk. It was released on Tiller’s debut album, Trapsoul. It reached number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100. Being a big hit, it has featured in many films and TV shows including, The Fault in Our Stars, Ballers, and Dear White People.
Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange” is a song about a relationship that’s on the rocks. He sings about how he’s tried to make things work, but it’s just not happening. The song is full of emotion, and you can feel the pain that Bryson is going through. He recorded this song with the help of Timbaland, and it definitely shows. The production is top-notch, and Bryson’s vocals are on point. The song is under the album True to Self, and it definitely lives up to its name. It reached number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified platinum by the RIAA.
2. What Would You Do?
This is a deep track off of Tiller’s debut album, Trapsoul. The song is about a hypothetical situation in which Tiller’s girlfriend cheats on him. He asks her what she would do if the roles were reversed. According to Discotech, the song was recorded under the working title “What You Won’t Do for Love.” This is one of Tiller’s most vulnerable songs and it shows his talent for writing lyrics that are both relatable and thought-provoking. The song was a success reaching number 21 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It has been used in the soundtrack for the movie, The Lovebirds and the TV show, Insecure.
Bryson Tiller’s breakout hit, “Don’t”, is a perfect example of his unique sound and style. The song is about a past relationship and the pain of seeing your ex move on. He wrote it with the help of Timbaland, who also produced it. The song was originally released on SoundCloud in 2014 and then re-released as a single in 2015. It quickly went viral and has been streamed over 100 million times on Spotify. It reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is considered one of the biggest songs of his career. This is the reason why it has been featured as a soundtrack in movies and tv shows like Suicide Squad and The Get Down.
Bryson Tiller is a unique and talented artist who has created some of the best songs of all time. His music is relatable and catchy, and he always puts his heart into his work. If you’re a fan of R&B or Hip-Hop, then you need to check out his music. He has that extra something that makes him stand out from the rest.