Bryson Tiller is riding the wave of success thanks to his feature on DJ Khaled’s ‘Wild Thoughts.’
Looking to inject some of that momentum into his own campaign, the singer took to Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform ‘Run Me Dry.’
The track is the latest to be issued from his sophomore album ‘True To Self,’ which topped the charts upon its release back in May.
Despite the LP’s initial success, sales have been slow.
Can his live efforts help push units. Watch below and find out why we’re not so sure…
The song’s title is oh so apt because Bryson stays bringing these raisin dry performances.
He’s definitely on to something with this rapper-like-approach to being an R&B singer, but he’s so un-engaging on stage. Like all the time. Walking up and down like he’s waiting for a bus and looking like the definition of disinterested. Sad, as the song is a bop.
The popularity of R&B males busting Usher-esque 8-counts may be on the bench, but for the love of all things good can we please be treated to something remotely engaging?
Because between Bryson and The Weeknd (who’s another stage snoozer), we’re losing hope.