At 30 years old, Bryson Tiller has this physical status:
Bryson Djuan Tiller (born January 2, 1993) is an American singer, songwriter, and rapper. He began his career in Louisville, Kentucky, in 2011, releasing Killer Instinct Vol. 1.
Following the introduction of his debut single, "Don't," which debuted at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, Tiller first gained notoriety.
The record's success led to a recording contract with RCA Records, and he released Trapsoul, his debut studio album on October 2015, which debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200.
"Exchange," the album's second single, reached number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned him a Grammy nomination. Tiller, the city's chief, was given in March 2016 by Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer.
He received two BET Awards for Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist in the same year.
Tiller's second studio album, True to Self, debuted on the Billboard 200 in May 2017.
"Somethin Tells Me" and "Run Me Dry" were two singles that were backed on the album.
He appeared alongside Rihanna on DJ Khaled's hit single "Wild Thoughts" in 2017.
Bryson Tiller was born in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 2, 1993. His mother died when he was four years old and his grandfather was then raised by his grandmother. Tiller lived with his cousins, Ryan and Kevon Smekrud, until he was 17 years old. He has three brothers. At the age of 15, he attended Iroquois High School and started singing and rapping. Killer Instinct Vol. 1, a 2011 mixtape, featured 21 songs. Tiller dropped out of school, had a baby, and took a break from music when working at Papa John's Pizza and UPS to cater for his daughter, Harley.
Tiller's debut single "Don't" was posted on his SoundCloud account in October 2014, gaining some internet attention from music industry insiders. In May 2015, it was officially launched on iTunes as the lead single of his debut studio album. On the Billboard Hot 100 charts, "Don't" reached number 13. Artists such as K Camp, Mila J, Sevyn Streeter, DRAM, and WSTRN have remixed it. Tiller's early co-signs with record producer Timbaland and rapper Drake drew worldwide notice, with the singer eventually agreeing to a record contract with RCA Records, which was announced on August 25, 2015. Tiller was offered the opportunity to join Drake's OVO Sound record label, but declined. Tiller was included in Rolling Stone's list of "10 New Artists You Should Know" in September 2015.
Tiller debuted Trapsoul, his debut studio album, on October 2, 2015, and then climbed to number eleven on the US Billboard 200 for the first time. "Exchange," the album's second single, debuted at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100, earning him a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Song. On the Billboard Hot 100, "Sorry Not Sorry" was the third single from Trapsoul and reached number 67. Complex's The album was included on several 2015 year-end lists, including Complex's The Best Albums of 2015, The Root's Top 10 Favorite Albums of 2015, and PopSugar's The 24 Best Albums of 2015. He co-wrote the song "Proof" for singer Chris Brown's seventh studio album Royalty in 2015.
Tiller started the Trapsoul Tour in January 2016 for the album's promotion, with opening act THEY. Tiller was given the city's key on March 12, 2016, and the city was named "Bryson Tiller Day" on March 12. Tiller appeared on "Exchange" on the Late Night with Seth Meyers in May 2016, his first appearance on television in the United States. He appeared at the BET Awards in June 26, 2016, where he also received the prizes for Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist. DJ Khaled's ninth studio album, Major Key, features Tiller and rapper Future on the album "Ima Be Alright." Tiller appeared on the Trap Sing McKnight's track "First Take" by rapper Travis Scott in September 2016.
He was featured on Forbes magazine's "30 Under 30," a list showcasing entrepreneurs, actors, and celebrities who have made a name for themselves before reaching the age of 30. Tiller's second album, True to Self, will be released in the same month. Tiller's latest album, True to Self, had been completed by April 12, 2017. Tiller revealed the album artwork on May 11, 2017 and that True to Self would be released on June 23, 2017. He also released three new songs titled "Honey," "Somethin Tells Me" and "Get Mine," the latter featuring rapper Young Thug. True to Self, a month before the planned launch, was released on May 26, a month ahead of schedule. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, grossing 107,000 album-equivalent units of which 47,000 were pure album sales. It was Tiller's first number one album in the United States.
Tiller and Nike, Inc. joined in June 2017 to build a new Wyandotte Park for children and teens. DJ Khaled released "Wild Thoughts" with Tiller and singer Rihanna, and it's his fourth single from his tenth studio album, Grateful, in the same month. The single has landed at number two on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as being ranked number one on the UK Singles Chart. "Insecure," Tiller's collaboration single with singer Jazmine Sullivan, was released in August 2017, which is the title track for HBO's Insecure's "Insecure." At the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in January 2018, he performed "Wild Thoughts" with Rihanna and DJ Khaled.
Tiller appeared on several songs by other artists in 2019 and 2020. Tiller said he was waiting for sample clearances in order to debut his album, Serenity, in 2019. He released the album "Slept on You" on SoundCloud in April 2020. Tiller unveiled "Inhale" on September 3, 2020, and announced on his social media pages that a new album would be available in fall 2020. On September 23, the second single "Always Forever" was released, as well as a deluxe Trapsoul version, which was released on September 25, in honor of his third album, Anniversary, which was released on October 2, 2020. It was the five-year anniversary of Drake's debut album, as well as a guest appearance. On February 26, 2021, the anniversary collection was released, with five new songs and a Big Sean commentary.
Travis Scott premiered "Blunt Talk" with Tiller on an episode of Scott and his DJ Chase B's Apple Music on Sunday.
Tiller unveiled a mixtape on October 31, 2021, which included Killer Instinct Vol. 2.1. 2. On a personal link that he texted to his followers using his community number, which he had created earlier in 2020.
Tiller's first Christmas album, A Different Christmas, was released on November 19, 2021. Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber, the latter of whom appear on a song titled "Lonely Christmas," inspired the project, according to Tiller. Halo Tiller's daughter Halo is also on the decline track.
Tiller asteapta a new single titled "Outside," which samples The Ying Yang Twins 2005 hit song "Wait (The Whisper Song)."
Rihanna is undeniably one of the most iconic artists of our time. Be it a pop star, fashion symbol, tycoon, beauty guru, cover girl, or any other title she decides to add to her impressive CV, she is the definition of a living icon. Music first introduced the world to the self-proclaimed "bad gal," and hopes of new music keep fans tapping into the self-made billionaire mogul. And after seven long years of waiting, Rihanna has finally begun her musical comeback.
The Grammy-winning singer kicked off her return in September 2022, when Apple Music and the NFL declared her the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show headliner. The next month, she released her first original solo song since she dropped her 2016 album "Anti" — a track titled "Lift Me Up," which was featured on the "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" soundtrack. Rihanna's latest offering has since scored her an Oscar nomination, her first ever.
The Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles have made for a nerve-wracking Super Bowl tonight (February 12). But Rihanna is the moment everyone will be talking about.
Taking the stage at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona for her first musical performance in more than five years, Rihanna reminded us why patience is vital. She opened the inaugural Apple Music halftime show with her 2015 hit “Bitch Better Have My Money,” arriving on the floating stage wearing a red trench coat with matching leather pants.