Who You Need: Bryson Tiller

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Name: Bryson Tiller

From: Louisville, KY

Genre: Rap, Hip-hop, R&B

Popular Songs: “Overtime”, and “Don’t”

Discography: Debut album; Trapsoul released Oct. 1 2015

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If you’ve seen Kylie Jenner’s quick Snapchat vids of her lip-syncing lately, it’s probably to a Bryson Tiller song. I looked him up and fell in love. Hot damn, Tiller can SING.

He has perfected R&B with subtle rap and hip-hop elements making Trapsoul the perfect soundtrack to your love life. Each song is just as sultry as the next; keeping a mellow vibe. “So gimme all of you in exchange for me, just give me all of you in exchange for me, for me,” Tiller croons on “Exchange.” He blends poetic melodies with explicit rap content in a way that makes you appreciate rap as musical art. The swearing is subtle and adds a slight edge to his music.

Standout track, “Don’t” starts out with a spooky intro, then the bass kicks in as Tiller sweetly sings, “Don’t, don’t play with her don’t be dishonest.” The song talks about sweeping a girl off her feet and taking her away from the man who doesn’t treat her right. Ummmmm… yes please? Whether you’re enjoying a chill wine night at home or out on a fun date night, Bryson Tiller is the perfect sound.


 

Abbey

Twitter: @bloggingblondie

Instagram: Blondieandthebeat  

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Kylie’s Snappin’ Songs!

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If you don’t follow Kylie Jenner on Snapchat you NEED to. I don’t care how much you hate the Kardashians, just ignore the pouty selfies and wait for the good music. Her infamous car lip-syncing videos leave me saying, “Wait, what song was that? I like it!”. So thank you to the internet trolls who compile Kylie’s Snapchats and upload them on YouTube; I don’t know how you people do it, but thank you.

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These are just SOME songs I have heard on Kylie’s Snapchat and when you put them together, it’s kind of an awesome playlist you never thought you needed. Most of it is hip-hop based with a couple soft R&B tunes and a lot of low-key rap.

“My Way (feat. Monty)” – Fetty Wap

“Panic Cord (feat. Gabrielle Aplin)” – G Frsh (prod. by Hucci)

“Lil Bit” – K CAMP

“Throwback” – B.O.B

“The Worst” – Jhene Aiko

“Rich $ex” – Future

“Deserve It” – Big Sean

“Deuces” – Chris Brown

“Again” – Fetty Wap

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“Kylie Jenner Freak” – livelikedavis

“Hypnotize” – B.I.G

“Take Ya Tights Off” – Problem

“HotelSixNine (feat. Solomon da God)” – Spooky Black

“How Many Times (feat. Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, and Tyga)” – DJ Khaled

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“Her” – Majid Jordan

“Treat Me Like Somebody” – Tink

“Drama (feat. Drake)” – Roy Woods

-Abbey