Bryson Tiller Narrates a Failed Relationship in New Song “Canceled”
While fans patiently wait on Bryson Tiller’s “Serenity” project, the singer/songwriter has teased them with a new single called “Canceled.”
Tiller’s gritty new song details a relationship’s downfall. Smooth rapping and autotuned vocals alternate over producer Hunga’s rough kick drop samples.
The track sees Tiller transition from paranoia to break up to the obsessive aftermath.
“Called and got no answer/Wrote this fucking anthem, alert you like it’s AMBER/Distress to my damsel/But she say I’m canceled,” he sings on the hook. “Distress to my damsel/But she say I’m canceled,”
Recently the artist has blessed us with some impressive remixes including Tory Lanez’s “Leaning” and SZA’s “Normal Girl”.
Although Tiller’s “Serenity” stands without a release date, his bounce-back seems imminent.
Listen to his latest solo single via SoundCloud below.
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