London gets real busy when one of those nights come along that everyone wants to get into and last night was a road block in Notting Hill, as the queues lined up the street to catch a rare one-off performance by Bryson Tiller.
Heading down into a basement, packed into a tight dark space in London, was the only way to catch that first Bryson gig, because it’s pretty clear before long Bryson will be on the big stage. So don’t fret it’s just a matter of months before Bryson is back in London on March 29th to play at KOKO for his first official UK show to kick of a select number of European dates and tickets will go on sale tomorrow via Trapsoul.
Bryson Tiller‘s ‘TRAPSOUL‘ has become one of the biggest R&B standouts of 2015, with his debut single ‘Don’t’ having a phenomenal breakthrough stacking up millions of plays on SoundCloud. Following up with ‘Sorry Not Sorry‘ late last year, and a recently released new track ‘Self Righteous‘, if the rumours are true, ‘Exchange’ may be directed by the heir to Rambo himself, Michael B. Jordan who plays Adonis in ‘Creed’. With everyone clambering to get close to Bryson he’s already got the heavyweights on his side with co-signs from Drake and Timbaland locked while he was still on the independent drill. Now with everyone from The Weeknd, Kehlani and Travis Scott, f**cking with the ‘Rambo’, Bryson’s entered the ring.
Now he’s heading on the road, preparing for the next victory lap with a 34 date U.S tour set for March and following up with European dates straight after, tickets for the tour go on-sale this Friday, January 15, at 9am over at Ticketmaster.