Bryson Tiller releases new single “Always Forever”

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Bryson Tiller releases new single “Always Forever”

Bryson Tiller releases new single “Always Forever”

Bryson Tiller is back, after the release of his single “Inhale”. He returned with “Always Forever,” which witnessed productions from J-Louis, Teddy Walton, and CAMEone. In the song, Tiller can be seen singing a song about a girl who is not reciprocating his feelings for her:

“Yeah, you know I tried to stop, yeah, you know I tried, I tried to give you a little less of my time, startin’ to feel like I’m never in my right mind, in my right mind, is it the right time, babe?/

See you in the nighttime, babe, it’s nighttime, I wish you had feelings like mine, baby, feels like I’m still just a homie, actin’ like you don’t want me, yeah, no, oh, oh, shawty just don’t do it for me, you do it for me…/”

Three years ago, Bryson Tiller released his sophomore LP True To Self, wherein 19 tracks were featured with production from the likes of Boi-1da, Frank Dukes, !llmind, Keyz, T-Minus, and Wondagurl. With that album, Tiller enjoyed his first number one album on the Billboard 200, as 107,000 album equivalent units were sold during its first week of release. In 2015, his iconic debut album, T R A P S O U L, was released.

Bryson Tiller has been in the news for several reasons, such as attaining his high school diploma and writing a heartwarming letter to his late grandmother.

“Today, I realized I lost the most important woman in my life… I lost my mother at a very young age so I couldn’t really process what was happening. Today is the first time I carefully read the letter you wrote to me 4 years ago and I tried my hardest not to get tears on it or let it blow away in the wind.”

Fans can press play on “Always Forever” below.


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Quintin Streeter
Quintin Streeter
3 years ago

I gotta Check this out

Quintin Streeter
Quintin Streeter
3 years ago

Bryson brought in a sound that had not been discovered yet