Bryson Tiller refuses to lose his girl without putting up a fight. “Exchange” serves as the second single off of Tiller’s debut LP, T R A P S O U L, and for the music video treatment, the 23-year-old shows you how it's done when it comes to winning your girl back.

In the video, Tiller leaves a package on the doorstep of his exes' house. Inside, Tiller put together a book of Polaroids from their happier times together. Even though he's tried to move on, he can't get over the beautiful brunette and asks her to meet him where they had their first kiss, a picturesque outlook somewhere in L.A. As the video fades away, Bryson's ex pulls up in a car at the spot he suggested and the rest is left up to chance.

Though there are many talented R&B singers out these days, Tiller has seemed to have cracked the code and score stardom early. The Kentucky-born crooner has had a meteoric rise so far with T R A P S O U L, which dropped in November of 2015. The project went platinum in April of 2016. After heading on a national tour, which included stops at New York's historic Radio City Music Hall, young Pen Griffey is keeping the momentum going.

The strength in his presence lies in his stellar, honest songwriting chops. When XXL caught up with Tiller for a Show & Prove feature, he cited Michael Jackson, Earth Wind & Fire and Omarion as his early inspirations and said his uncle is who put him on to songwriting.

“He used to play those super R&B groups from the ‘90s,” Tiller tells it. “Then he played me Omarion’s [O] album and that’s when I said I want to sing. I started writing songs. They were terrible but I just kept writing.”

Fans of the soulful rapper/singer can catch Tiller in the big leagues with the likes of Young Thug, A$AP Rocky and Pusha T and more as he takes the main stage at Hot 97's Summer Jam 2016 this coming weekend.

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