Bryson Tiller is undoubtedly one of R&B’s most respected and authentic acts. Keeping a relatively low profile throughout 2019, the artist was kept in a shroud of mystery as to what was coming next after 2017’s True to Self album. But it seems that wait for his Serenity project is coming to a close, as Tiller recently dropped a new soulful cut entitled “Blame.”
Whether the track is a standalone release or apart of the project has yet to be revealed, but what is for sure is the track’s idiosyncratically-Tiller sound. The artist’s vocals flow effortlessly over the lush instrumental, with Tiller offering up lyrics reflecting on a broken relationship and his regret surrounding his actions: “Can’t keep explainin’ myself, feels like I’m drainin’ myself/I guess there’s no one to blame but myself/Can’t keep explainin’ myself, feels like I’m drainin’ myself/I guess there’s no one to blame but myself.”
Back in 2018 Tiller stated that the album was effectively put on hold until he was “happy with it,” stating that Serenity would come out when he felt it was right, rather than being pressured into pushing out.
You can listen to Bryson Tiller “Blame” in lossless quality via trapsoul.com.
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— Hot Freestyle (@HotFreestyle) December 12, 2018