Check out the music video for the duo's "Insecure" track.
Last month, crooner Bryson Tiller and songtress Jazmine Sullivan dropped off their collaborative “Insecure” track, crafted for the HBO show of the same name. This week, we’re gifted with the cut’s accompanying visuals.
With the scene set in the apartment of the show’s lead protagonist Issa, portrayed by Insecure’s creator, Issa Rae, the music video comes outfitted with plenty of cameo appearances from Rae and other members of the cast as a house party gets under way. Just as the song’s lyrics suggest, the video follows Sullivan and Tiller as they navigate the insecurities of relationships as Bryson struggles to trust his lady and Jazmine breaks free from a man who won’t let her live.
“Insecure” can be found as the leading single on the soundtrack for Season 2 of the series which includes appearances from the likes of Goldlink, SZA, Jorja Smith, Lion Babe, and Leikeli47.
Earlier this month marked the end of the North American leg of Bryon Tiller’s “Set It Off” tour alongside cryptic siren H.E.R. and DJ and producer Metro Boomin. September 22nd marked the inception of his international run as he plays shows in New Zealand and Australia before embarking on the European leg of his tour on October 17th in Marseille, France with SZA as he treks across dates that include two performances in France, shows in nations that include Sweden, Germany, Italy, Poland, Austria, and Ireland before wrapping up in the United Kingdom on the 3rd of December.
This tour supports his sophomore album, True To Self, an effort that debuted on the charts at number one after pushing 107,000 units in it first weeks of sales, an incredible outing compared to the initial onset of the now Platinum-certified Trapsoul.
The "Set It Off" Tour arrives at a time in which Tiller's profile is at an all-time high, thanks to a solid discogrpahy so far, his first headlinging run, and a summer smash in the form of his DJ Khaled and Rihanna collab"Wild thoughts" which has gone on to certify Platinum in eight different countries.
"No pun intended, definitely it’s super wild. I was in Norway randomly, and I was walking past some store and they were playing the song, and I was like, 'Wow, this is crazy,'" he told GQ about the track's success this month. "The video shoot was surreal, too. I was like, 'Wow, I’m at a video shoot with Rihanna and DJ Khaled.' Like, how did that happen?"