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Bryson Tiller Reveals the Title of His Sophomore Album

The singer is working "non-stop until it's finished." Be patient.

This past October, Bryson Tiller announced that he was "almost done" with his next album, but since then the GRAMMY-nominated singer hasn't offered his fans an update. 

That all changed Tuesday (January 17) evening, when the RCA signee revealed the title (True to Self) of the album—the follow-up to his Platinum-certified debut—and its current status in a since-deleted tweet.

Obviously, working on the album "non-stop until it's finished" could mean Tiller doesn't actually wrap the project until next week, next month or even next year, but in an on-demand world where fans expect everything immediately, providing updates along the way and revealing the title is a kind, thoughtful gesture and something true fans should appreciate.

While we await further details on the release of True to Self, we'll bide our time by speculating that Tiller is the reason why Drake's playlist project More Life still hasn't been released.


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