Bryson Tiller has dropped a deluxe edition of his debut album Trapsoul. The expanded version of the LP arrives a week before the project celebrates its fifth anniversary.

The RCA Records singer’s updated release adds four tracks to the LP, which originally featured 14 songs.

One of the additions is his “Rambo (Last Blood)” collaboration with The Weeknd, which first surfaced on SoundCloud in 2016. Another is a new outro confirming his next album is finished.

Check out Tiller’s Trapsoul (Deluxe) stream, cover art and tracklist below.



1. Intro (Difference)
2. Let Em’ Know
3. Exchange
4. For However Long
5. Don’t
6. Open Interlude
7. Ten Nine Fourteen
8. The Sequence
9. Rambo
10. 502 Come Up
11. Sorry Not Sorry
12. Been That Way
13. Overtime
14. Right My Wrongs
15. Just Another Interlude
16. Self Righteous
17. Rambo (Last Blood) f. The Weeknd
18. Outro (Thank You)

[This post has been updated. The following was originally published on September 23, 2020.]

Bryson Tiller is revisiting his breakthrough album Trapsoul by releasing a deluxe edition of the project. The RCA Records artist unveiled his plans via Twitter, declaring he would drop the expanded version of his debut LP on Friday (September 25).

“Before we get into my new album, I wanna celebrate with this special edition of my debut album, Trapsoul,” he wrote. “Featuring a few songs that didn’t quite make the cut. Y’all asked for these on All Platforms and they’ll finally be yours this Friday. thank you!”

The deluxe version of Trapsoul will feature a few previously released cuts that weren’t available on all streaming platforms. The tracks include “Just Another Interlude,” “Self Righteous” and The Weeknd-assisted remix of “Rambo.”

Trapsoul is about to celebrate its fifth anniversary as the album was originally released on October 2, 2015. The LP’s lead single “Don’t” was a huge hit for Tiller, eventually earning a quadruple platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America in 2017.

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The Kentucky native’s first major label album achieved platinum status in April 2016. It went double platinum in November 2017 and most recently attained its triple platinum certification in May 2020.

Tiller hasn’t dropped a full-length project since 2017’s True To Self, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. His third album is tentatively titled Serenity, but no release date for the LP has been announced as of press time.