Bryson Tiller Needs to Repair His Failing Love on New Single, 'Let Me Explain'

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Bryson Tiller performs during Lollapalooza at Grant Park on July 31, 2016 in Chicago. 

Bryson Tiller lit the industry aflame with his 2015 LP TRAPSOUL -- which is now certified platinum after peaking at No. 8 on the Billboard 200. In just one year he's racked up a gang of collaborations with the likes of Travis Scott and Future and on Wednesday night (Oct. 12) he surprised fans with a new single titled "Let Me Explain."

The Louisville crooner begs to repair his dying relationship over a melodic arrangement injected with crisp 808s, a signature for the "trap-soul" artist. "No lie girl when I tell you, you a blessing/ Girl just let me make corrections," he belts on the intimate track. Last month, Young Tiller hinted to a new album posting a photo on Instagram captioned "album mode."


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After months of collaborating on songs with the likes of DJ Khaled for "Ima Be Alright" and his recent link-up with Chris Brown for "Keep You In Mind", the Phonix-produced single could be the first taste fans get of Tiller's forthcoming album. 

Listen to Bryson Tiller's candid ballad below.