Bryson Tiller fans have been anxiously waiting for new music for some time and the “Don’t” singer knows it.
Along with a smiling emoji, Tiller posted a meme of a man with a stuffed oversized backpack that had “unreleased songs” written over it, jokingly taunting supporters with the stash he’s sitting on. Of course fans weren’t here for the trolling and let Tiller know he needs to stop playing and release some of it.
— tiller (@brysontiller) September 2, 2020
“Damn that ain’t funny bro,” one fan wrote with a crying emoji. “need some more heat in my playlist.”
Damn that ain’t funny bro😭 need some more heat in my playlist
— D.K (@RooHefner_) September 2, 2020
“if u don’t stop playing w my feelings rn,” another wrote.
if u don’t stop playing w my feelings rn- pic.twitter.com/L2bUUf56YZ
— y. (@Y4JAHIRA) September 2, 2020
Tiller hasn’t released a full body of work since May 2017’s chart-topping True to Self, which was led by his singles “Somethin Tells Me” and “Run Me Dry.” Since the gold-certified effort, Tiller has only released a handful of loose tracks and popped up as a guest feature here and there.
Fans aren’t the only ones waiting for new music from Tiller. In a May interview with HipHopDX, R&B veteran The-Dream revealed the Louisville native is one of a small handful of artists he looks to for new releases.
“There’s always somebody I got my eye on,” he said. “Everybody knew I was always definitely a fan of Bryson Tiller. I’m a super fan of Jhené [Aiko] too. Jhené is like one of my favorites right now. Period. They’re those artists that lock into a place.”
Most recently, Tiller shared his NES-produced “Slept On You” to SoundCloud in April after a snippet of the track had been leaked to YouTube. Revisit the song below.