Bryson Tiller came with the second TRAPSOUL video today (October 14, 2015). The follow up to Tiller’s hit single “Don’t” is much more complex and shows the Louisville, Kentucky-raised singer performing in between shots of his hometown burning. Recently, we found out from a “Red Light Special Podcast” that Young Tiller turned down a contract with OVO Sound for RCA so that he can keep his brand long-term instead of meshing into the PARTYNEXTDOOR campaign. Smooth. More of this to come.

Read more on Bryson Tiller’s story.

“Girl I’m sorry but you not the one for me
Just be honest girl, what you want from me?
This ain’t nothing new, keep it so one hunnid
I can’t let none of these niggas get one up on me”


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