Bryson Tiller makes his return with the sweetness.
The singer/rapper has been teasing his much-anticipated sophomore album True To Self this year, and late afternoon on Thursday (May 11), he dropped a brand new slow burner titled, “Honey.”
Over a sticky-sweet drum track with an underlining filtered vocal sample, produced by NES, the Louisville native delivers a modern serenade to his love interest.
Offering to fly her out to be with him for the weekend, Tiller sing-raps: “I know a place that we can crash in / Honey, what you asking? / Sticky slow like molasses / Anything you want you can have it / Honey, you a bad bitch.”
Pen Griffey has also announced a June 23 release date for True to Self, which is available now via pre-order on his website. He has also posted a stream of another brand new song called “Somethin Tells Me” which is streaming now on his site.
Take a listen to “Honey” below.
pre-order True to Self! June 23rd https://t.co/gVhHWprtvT
— tiller (@brysontiller) May 11, 2017