Today, Bryson Tiller decided to unveil a deluxe version of his 2015 debut album T R A P S O U L, adding four addition tracks and a collab with The Weeknd to the top ten release. He also used the day to unveil a visual for one of the project’s original cuts, “Right My Wrongs,” which saw production from Rob Holladay, The Klasix, Neil Dominique, AR, and The MeKanics and sees Tiller trying to win his relationship back after presumably putting it on the back burner for his career:
“There’s a time and a place for all this, this is not the place for all this, is there a reason why you’re saying all this? And can we talk about it later?/
I’ve gotta right my wrongs, with you is where I belong, you’ve been down from the go, recognition is what you want, and it’s something that I should know.../”
The visual for the track matches the vibe of the song, which Bryson being shown working on his album and writing the lyrics to “Right My Wrongs” while also being seen trying to work things out with his girlfriend, who realizes that she’s not happy with the way things are. Things end with said love interest leaving Bryson at the airport, presumably putting an end to the relationship.
Currently, Bryson Tiller is also working on his forthcoming third album Serenity, having already dropped a slew of potential singles like “Always Forever,” “Inhale,” “Slept On You,” and the Lil Yachty-assisted “For Nothing.” He’s also provided fairly recent assists on Wale’s “Love... (Her Fault),” Future’s “Wonderful,” and Fat Joe, Dre, and Jeremih’s “Hands On You.” Prior to that, he dropped his sophomore LP True To Self in 2017.
Press play on Bryson Tiller’s “Right My Wrongs” visual below. Hopefully, we’ll hear more in regards to Serenity soon.