Bryson Tiller has crept back on the music scene with what could be a new single from his upcoming and highly-anticipated album.
It’s not clear when the one-minute release, entitled “Blame,” dropped on his official website but he finds himself reflecting on a damaged relationship and regret. “Can’t keep explaining myself, feels like I’m draining myself/ I guess there’s no one to blame but myself/ Got a big Henny cup, I’ll drink it with help/I’m tainting myself, I’m ashamed of myself/I’ve been praying for myself like you used to.”
While Tiller has remained under the radar, the 26-year-old singer is reportedly expected to drop his long-awaited project Serenity later this year. He last made a musical appearance when he was featured on Ryan Trey’s single “Nowhere To Run” in late March 2019. It has been streamed more than 1.6 million times on YouTube.
— tiller (@brysontiller) March 22, 2019
That same month, Tiller also posted that he had new heat he wanted to release to his fans.
i need someone to pull up on me in LA soon and pick a song or two from my laptop for me to release next.. let me know
— tiller (@brysontiller) March 23, 2019
While there is no official release date for his third project, check out the new release “Blame” below.