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Bryson Tiller Tickets
Bryson Tiller TicketsBryson Tiller is an award-winning rapper and singer-songwriter from Louisville, Ky. Tiller was working two jobs to support his daughter when he released his breakthrough hit "Don't" on his Soundcloud account. The song drew the attention of industry leaders like Timbaland and Drake, and Tiller went on to sign with record label RCA to release his first album in October of 2015. With the already popular "Don't" as the leading single, the album was well positioned to prosper, and that's exactly what it did. Tiller's freshman album, Trapsoul, debuted at No. 11 on the US Billboard charts and was named in a list of The Root's 10 Favorite Albums of 2015. A track from the album, "Exchange," was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Song. Although Tiller didn't bring home a Grammy that year, he continued to rack up recognition and award nominations. In 2016, Bryson brought home the BET Awards for both Best R&B/Pop Artist and Best New Artist. He went on to be featured on Forbes' Thirty Under 30 in 2017. Later that year, he released his sophomore album, True to Self, which became the No. 1 album on the US Billboard charts. Tiller continues to shine in the R&B world as fans anticipate his third studio album, Serenity.
Pen Griffey and His CollaboratorsBryson Tiller is a passionate lyricist and songwriter. At times, he goes by the pseudonym Pen Griffey, which references both his writing and his fanhood for baseball player Ken Griffey. Tiller's lyrically clever, genre-bending sound of soulful R&B that is heavily influenced by hip-hop has drawn the attention of both rap and R&B artists. He has collaborated with numerous artists, including DJ Khaled, Rihanna, Young Thug, Travis Scott, H.E.R. and Future. His music has been remixed and sampled by artists such as Mila J, Sevyn Streeter, K-Camp and Big Homie DRAM. In addition to writing his own music, Tiller enjoys writing with other artists, and he co-wrote Chris Brown's song "Proof" in 2015.
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Is Bryson Tiller on tour near me?Currently, Bryson Tiller is not touring, but in the past, his tours have included bicoastal stops at leading venues in New York, Massachusetts and California. Tiller has also been known to play concerts at venues all around the state of Texas.
What are Bryson Tiller's musical influences?Tiller's sound is soulful R&B heavily influenced by trap and hip-hop. The artist grew up listening to hip-hop and R&B artists, including rappers like Drake, T-Pain and Lil Wayne as well as singers like the Dream, Omarion and Chris Brown.
What are Bryson Tiller's most popular songs?Tiller's breakout hit, "Don't," peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard charts. What makes this even more impressive is that "Don't" had a shoestring budget of only $600. In 2017, DJ Khaled's song "Wild Thoughts," which featured Tiller and Rihanna, reached No. 2 on the Billboard charts.
Has Bryson Tiller won any awards?Bryson Tiller has racked up over 50 award nominations and has won 15 different awards, including a Soul Train Award, three BET Awards, a BET Hip Hop Award, four BMI Awards, two iHeart Radio Awards and a Kentucky Urban Entertainment Award.
What artists are similar to Bryson Tiller?Fans of Bryson Tiller's musical style may also be interested in Drake, H.E.R., PartyNextDoor, Daniel Caesar or Masego.
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