Bryson Tiller Shares ‘True to Self’ Album Cover, Release Date
Bryson Tiller’s True to Self finally has a release date. The Louisville singer is set to drop his much anticipated album on June 23 via his Trapsoul imprint and RCA Records. Tiller also unveiled the LP’s cover artwork, which you can view above. Anyone else think it looks like the MTV True Life design or nah?
Today (May 11) has been an action-packed day for Tiller fans. The platinum-selling artist’s release date announcement coincided with the arrival of three new tracks from Tiller's sophomore LP. “Honey,” “Something Tells Me” and the Young Thug-assisted “Get Mine” all hit the web this afternoon.
Tiller completed work on True to Self just one month ago. In April, the singer told fans he wrapped up the project despite feeling like he had a lot more to say.
“Sophomore album complete,” Tiller wrote on Instagram. “i always feel like i got a lot more to say whenever i’m ‘done’ but i’ll save it for the next one i guess.”
The release of True to Self will take place on the same day as Tiller’s performance at the 2017 BET Experience concert. The Kentucky native is set to share the stage with Jidenna, Jhene Aiko, Khalid, They. and H.E.R. The festival will run from June 22-25 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Tickets are on sale now via AXS.
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