Meet Bryson Tiller…the R&B newcomer on course to claim the genre’s crown for himself in 2016.
Determined to outperform the genre’s current batch of maestros the entertainer’s debut album ‘TRAP SOUL‘ opened with extremely modest sales (22,000 units) when it was released in the October 2015.
However, as his competitive star continues to rise the project recently crossed the 148,000 units sold mark. Promising, considering sales pulled in by some of his closest rivals.
Now pop open the lid below to find out how and why he joins ‘High By the Beach’ chanteuse Lana Del Rey on the latest edition of TGJ’s The Stream Scene.
Four months after its release the visual for Tiller‘s ‘Don’t‘ is now on course to kiss the 40 million views milestone after making its way across the 39 million barrier.
The sleeper hit’s visual has be watched for a total of 224 years and has driven 20,964 new subscribers to his channel before the album is expected to enjoy another sales boost following the launch of several sold-out shows worldwide.
Elsewhere, Lana Del Rey‘s ‘High By the Beach’ sways on similar seas after its parent LP ‘Honeymoon’ moved 116,000 units its opening week.
Like Tiller’s ‘Don’t’ ‘Beach recently washed up at 39 million’s shore and now stands just 416,000 spins away from reaching the 40 million views mark on VEVO.