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Born in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 2nd 1993, Bryson Tiller is a contemporary songwriter, singer, and rapper. Tiller started rapping and singing at the age of 15, while still in school. Later on, he continued to write and record his own music. After completing school, Tiller got a full-time job at Papa John’s. In his free time, he would do what he loved most, creating music. Tiller started his music career in 2011. He kicked it off by releasing his first mixtape, Killer Instinct Vol. 1. Bryson Tiller gained public attention after releasing his debut single, “Don’t”, which was rated 13th in the Billboard Hot 100. “Don’t” and other major SoundCloud uploads such as “Let ‘Em Know”, “Sorry Not Sorry”, and “Break Bread” seem to have built Tiller’s career. The former song, “Don’t”, was officially released in May 2015. At around the same time, Tiller was featured on Tyrant’s “Lime Light” and Kam Wil’s “I Want You”. Later on, his magnificent talent caught Drake’s attention and Tiller seemed affiliated to the Canadian’s OVO Sound Label before signing with RCA, a home to other stars like Miguel and Tinashe. In October 2015, Tiller released his debut studio album, Trapsoul, which managed to hit NO. 8 on the Billboard 200 Chart. When asked about his musical style, Tiller said that it is hip hop and trap-influenced R&B. Tiller simply combines R&B and hip hop to come up with something unique. Additionally, he has mentioned American singer Omarion as one of his biggest influences. Other artists that influence his style include Lil Wayne, R. Kelly, Chris Brown, Drake, and The-Dream. Tiller’s style has been compared to that of Drake, Jeremih, Tory Lanez, and PartyNextDoor. Last year, Bryson Tiller won his first awards, Best Male R&B/Pop Artist, and Best New Artist, at the BET Awards.