Bryson Tiller Teases Potential Drake Collaboration For 'More Life' Project

Bryson Tiller performs in 2016
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Bryson Tiller performs live during a concert at the Astra on April 7, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

Even though Bryson Tiller spent the year touring in support of his platinum album Trapsoul, he also provided fiery features for projects from Travis Scott, DJ Khaled, and Chris Brown this year. Now, the self-proclaimed Pen Griffey is hoping to add more collaborations to his resume in the new year. 

The Louisville native stopped by Drake's Calabasas mansion and teased a possible collaboration with the Toronto rapper for his More Life project. "started some vibes with Drake today. More life," Tiller tweeted. 

Tiller and Drake also have history. Before the "Exchange" singer became an RCA Records signee, there were whispers that he would sign to the 6 God's OVO label. 

Drake also recently pushed back More Life to early 2017. In efforts to promote the project, he released four records: "Fake Love," "Two Birds, One Stone," a remix of U.K. rapper Dave's "Wanna Know," and the 21 Savage-featuring "Sneakin'."

.@brysontiller with @Boi1da at the YOLO Estate a few hours ago pic.twitter.com/4M2W4hYYyI

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