Following the release of the ‘Leaning‘ remix earlier today, Bryson Tiller is back today with a new song titled ‘Canceled’. The Louisville, Kentucky singer has a unique rap-sing way of delivering his vocals and he continues that trend on this Hunga-produced, upbeat track as well.
R&B singers are a different breed than in year’s past. Bryson Tiller caught some flack from Rihanna fans that thought his verse on “Wild Things” was completely obsolete, that’s to say Khaled was onto something in the first place with a recycled floor plan. Tiller is a fierce competitor don’t listen to the naysayers, not since Kirko Bangz has an artist blessed the pole with greater accompaniment. Yesterday he released two remixes, of SZA’s “Normal Girl” and Tory Lanez’ “Leaning” within minutes of each other.
His perception of the chase doesn’t apply to those who only listen for distress calls. On “Canceled,” Bryson outlines his cautious approach to relationship-building, over an aggressive “rappy” tone. It’s a wonder these rappers aren’t completely emasculated in the presence of such talent. Check out “Canceled” and the two refixes he dropped overnight.