Bryson Tiller is already prepping for the followup of his October 2020 album, Anniversary.
Going live on Twitch, the Louisville-born artist shared that his followup project Serenity — an album he began working on in 2017 — will be split into three volumes. “I realized how much f*cking music that I had for Serenity, all this different sh*t,” he said. “So Serenity is now not one album, but it’s three albums. It’s three volumes. One is a rap album, one is an R&B album and then one is a pop album.”
While the news is definitely exciting, fans might have to wait a while for its release. The GRAMMY nominee added that he still needs to iron out some details in his RCA Records contract before dropping Serenity. “Until I figure out the sh*t for my deal, with my label and all that sh*t, the business side, I can’t necessarily give that,” he said. “That’s the only thing holding those projects back.”
Anniversary marked Tiller’s first full-length in three years, following 2017’s True to Self. Just a week before its release, he also dropped a deluxe version of his revered debut studio album Trapsoul.
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