Bryson Tiller is filled with remorse on new song, “Canceled”

    In anticipation of his third album, ‘Serenity.’

    Bryson Tiller performing on stage
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    Besides appearing on a couple of collabs this year, Bryson Tiller’s been keeping things on the down-low since he dropped True to Self in 2017. But it’s back to biz now—and he’s just shared a brand-new song in the lead up to his forthcoming album, Serenity.  

    “Canceled” features Tiller flexing his smooth flow as he spits quick-fire bars over a thumping Hunga-produced hip hop beat. On it, the Louisville native is full of regret as he looks back on a relationship gone sour. “Wrote this fuckin’ anthem, alert you like it’s amber / Distress to my damsel / But she say I’m canceled,” he raps on the chorus.

    “Something I made a couple of days ago, still warming up,” the singer-songwriter wrote on his SoundCloud. “More soon promise!!”

    Tiller’s upcoming record, Serenity, is set to drop sometime later this year. But in the meantime, you can listen to “Canceled” below.