Bryson Tiller has announced that he’s gearing up to hit the road for a new tour after a six-year long hiatus.
On Monday (March 20), the Louisville, Kentucky singer took to Instagram to announce his Back And I’m Better tour — reportedly a play on his lyrics from his 2015 hit-single, “Don’t.”
“Don’t, don’t play with her, don’t be dishonest (Ayy)/ Still not understandin’ this logic (Ayy)/ I’m back and I’m better (And I’m better)/ I want you bad as ever/ Don’t let me just let up/ I wanna give you better/ Baby, it’s whatever,” he sings on the track.
In a photo shared alongside the tour announcement, Bryson Tiller can be seen sporting a hoodie and looking away while encapsulated by a Back To The Future-esque background complete with the film’s infamous DMC Delorean.
“It’s simple, we back!” he wrote in the caption. “Taking a trip to the past and giving ya’ll a glimpse of the future. 5 whole years without touring. Time really does fly… See ya’ll soon!”
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The upcoming tour will be making stops in major cities such as Las Vegas, Detroit, New York City, Houston, and more. Tiller’s last tour was in 2017 when he released his second album, True To Self.
In November 2022, Diddy called Bryson Tiller up for a moment of celebration after the pair earned themselves a No. 1 hit with the infectious “Gotta Move On.”
Before he FaceTimed Tiller to share the news, Puff sat down with Billboard to offer up more details about the collab.
“This is not just a me No. 1. It was Bryson Tiller’s record first,” Diddy explained. “I was doing this R&B album and I’m a big Bryson Tiller fan and I had called him and I was like, ‘Man I heard this record that you did. Is there a way you would consider letting me use it on my album and dropping it as my first single?” Clearly Tiller said yes, and the rest was history.
“Whenever I do a vulnerable record like that, you know, I usually have the best success,” Diddy added. “But it couldn’t happen without Bryson Tiller. He’s an amazing artist.”