Bryson Tiller Wants His Girl Back on ‘Exchange’
Bryson Tiller is likely to be the next big thing after getting the golden co-sign from Drake. The Kentucky native released his debut album, TRAPSOUL, via Apple Music and the project is already at No. 2 on the iTunes R&B Albums chart.
On "Exchange," the crooner's latest single from the 14-track album (which is also ranked No. 6 on the iTunes All Genres chart), he tries to convince his ex-girlfriend to give their relationship another try.
"Next time around, f--- I want it to be different, yeah / Waiting on a sign, guess it's time for a different prayer / Lord please save her for me, do this one favor for me / I had to change my player ways, got way too complicated for me / I hope she's waiting for me," he sings over the spacey sounds of the MeKanics-produced beat.
"So gimme all of you in exchange for me / Just give me all of you in exchange for me, for me," he continues before admitting that his ex-flame "got my soul."
The full album, which was released five days early on Monday (Sept. 28), features production from Timbaland and Syksense. Songs like "Don't," "Sorry Not Sorry" and "Been That Way" have already gained a lot of traction. "Don't," for one, has been streamed over 24.7 million times on SoundCloud while racking up six million plays on Spotify.
The rising star, who opened up for Travi$ Scott recently, is featured in The Boombox's 25 New Artists You Need to Hear Right Now list. Experience Bryson Tiller's trap soul below.
Listen to Bryson Tiller's "Exchange"
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