Review of Bryson Tiller’s debut album T R A P S O U L

  
As a Kentucky native it’s not often we get hiphop artists that come out of the blue grass state,but with a style that marries rap & r&b almost as perfectly as Odell Beckham Jr runs routes.  
  Louisville’s own Bryson Tiller’s debut album ‘T R A P S O U L’ via RCA RECORDS is exactly what you need this fall. The debut goes entirely without features,including production by Milli Beatz,Sky Sense,Fade Majah,Timbaland,& others. It’s safe to say Bryson Tiller is here to stay the album is complete with 14 tracks that will solidify your Netflix & Chill

 Since dropping his most famous track “DON’T” it has been played over 10 million times on soundcloud even being streamed over Apple’s Beats 1 Radio but that’s not the only track you could play off this album a couple million times. From the Intro,to Ten Nine Fourteen,Sorry Not Sorry and Been That Way it’s non stop new waves,he created his own genre,his own wave and named it Trapsoul. The tone of the album is not what you expect,he’s rapping on most of the tracks with a flow you will most likely have to hit replay on. Although Tiller himself has undergone an incredible come-up over the past year,his music has been commercially slept on. This project transitions from song to song with a melodic flow that in due time will have the radio buzzing. Don’t just take my word for it,stream the album below. 

T R A P S O U L
words by: SIETE

Written by CelebMix