Bryson Tiller gives his fans a "Serenity" sneak peak.
R&B crooner Bryson Tiller is gearing up for the release of his next album, Serenity. Until now, we didn't know very much about the album, other than it was full of summer vibes and songs to make people happy. The summer is now fully underway, and to celebrate, Bryson posted a picture on his Twitter, previewing some pretty exciting stuff.
At first glance it's just a picture of his computer screen in his studio. Look closer, however, and you'll notice that the desktop of the computer is littered with song files, each with their own titles explaining what they are.
There's at least 50 song files on here, though obviously they all wont be on the final record. The majority of them simply have song titles; "Vancouver," "Baby Steps," "Still Yours," and many, many more. What's most exciting, however, are the files that indicate potential collaborations that may appear on the project.
Right off the bat, there are some big names that stand out. Bryson has received some vocals from Rick Ross and Rich The Kid. There are even two files for songs with Playboi Carti, though it's likely one of them was "Fell in Luv" off Carti's Die Lit. There's also remixes for SZA songs, and a remix of YBN Nahmir's "Rubbin' Off the Paint." Whether some or none of those songs end up on Serenity, chances are high that if he's showing them off here, he'll be dropping them at some point in the future. Check out Bryson's preview below.