Moving On Up: Bryson Tiller’s ‘TRAPSOUL’ Hits Gold Status

Bryson Tiller’s debut album T R A P S O U L has achieved certified Gold status according to the RIAA. Since he dropped the 14-track album last October, Bryson Tiller has dominated the airwaves with songs like “Don’t” and “Exchange,” which have become anthems for his loyal female fan base.

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Over the past few months, Tiller has packed out shows at venues like SOB’s in New York City to perform his trap-influenced, R&B tunes, and already has the key to his city with an official day named after him. The Kentucky native’s unique style has also caught the attention of numerous superstar artists such as Fabolous and The Weeknd, who recently dropped off his fire remix of “Rambo.”

Once he received his first gold plaque, Tiller remained humble as he expressed his excitement on Instagram. Congrats to Bryson and entire his squad for the major accomplishment!

my first plaque! gold album and a platinum single. thanks to everyone who made it possible!

A photo posted by pen griffey (@brysontiller) on Apr 20, 2016 at 5:32pm PDT