Name: Bryson Tiller
Birthday: January 2, 1993
Fav Dish: Chicken Wings
Bryson Djuan Tiller (born January 2, 1993) is an American singer, songwriter and rapper from Louisville, Kentucky
When he was four years old, his mother died, and he was subsequently raised by his grandmother. He has four brothers.
Tiller started singing and rapping at age 15, after which he was also singing for the girls in school. He attended Iroquois High School in Louisville. After he left school, he went to work at Papa John’s Pizza and UPS.
Tiller started receiving massive internet attention from music industry insiders with his breakout single “Don’t”, which he initially released on his SoundCloud page.
These early co-signs from a high-profile record producer Timbaland and the Canadian rapper Drake, it led into a major-label attention for Tiller, with him eventually choosing to sign a creative partnership with RCA Records, which was announced on August 25, 2015.
Tiller was offered a chance to sign with Drake’s OVO Sound record label, but declined the offer. On October 2, 2015, Tiller released his debut studio album, T R A P S O U L, which debuted at number 11 on the US Billboard 200.
In 2016, Bryson Tiller teased a forthcoming project She’s Got My Soul, the follow up to T R A P S O U L.
Talking about his musical style, Tiller said, “It’s just trap and hip hop-influenced R&B, the perfect marriage between hip hop and R&B.” Tiller has cited American singer Omarion as his biggest influence. His other influences include R. Kelly, The-Dream, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and Drake. Critics have compared Tiller’s style to Jeremih, Drake, PartyNextDoor and Tory Lanez.
Tiller is engaged to Markea Bivens and the couple have a daughter named Harley.
Tiller usually wears baseball caps, which has become a significant part of his scenic image according to media.
He also frequently wears skinny jeans and says he was “one of the first people” in his high school to wear that type of jeans.