Bryson Tiller may just drop some new music before the end of the year. During a guest appearance on Jack Harlow’s The Mission Tour, the Louisville native took time to announce plans for new music.
He told the fans in Louisville, “I [have] got some [new] music coming probably like in a couple of weeks.”
— tillerontour (@tillerontour) November 30, 2019
Tiller didn’t go into much detail during the show, but it’s more than nothing. Last year, he told his fans that his upcoming album, Serenity, would be delayed indefinitely.
He stated, “[The] album [is] delayed until I’m happy with it. I understand that people these days love to have new music every four months, but that’s just not how I work.”
Since then, he has continued to make his presence felt with occasional guest verses. In 2019, he’s hopped on “Thru The Night” with Jack Harlow and “Nowhere To Run” with Ryan Trey. He’s also dropped solo tracks like “Blame” and “Cancelled”.
More news about his upcoming album. Serenity, will be reported as it becomes available.