The 8 Best Bryson Tiller Remixes
Tiller first gained recognition for his rap-turned-R&B sounds back in 2014, when his brooding, slow-burning track "Don't" exploded on the music-sharing platform, racking up 25 million streams within a year and reaching 70 million listens this June.
The artist has kept things moving since, releasing debut album Trapsoul in 2015 and its highly anticipated follow-up, True to Self, in May -- marking his first No. 1 album.
As Tiller's fame continues to climb, it only makes sense to throw it back to his OG fan base -- SoundCloud. So we searched the site for the best Tiller remixes, and you can stream our eight favorites below.
Bryson Tiller - "Rambo" (The Weeknd Remix)
The Weeknd hops in on Tiller's toughest Trapsoul track in this remix, which the duo performed together in Berlin last spring. Given that the two produce similarly moody R&B vibes, it's no surprise that Abel Tesfaye's soulful croons are the perfect match to Tiller's rumbling vocals on the hard-hitting, brag-ridden beat.
Bryson Tiller - "Exchange" (Vasta Remix)
The laid-back vibe of Tiller's "Exchange" gets an atmospheric, dance-infused remix from Vasta. This remix wastes no time, fast-forwarding straight into an electronic club beat that hones in on the track's catchy hook -- "give me all of you in exchange for me."
Bryson Tiller feat. King Vory - "Break Bread" (No Sleep Remix)
This "Break Bread" remix erases almost all traces of the track's original dark, piano-inspired beat, airing out Tiller's thudding verses with bright, minimalistic production fit for poolside listening.
Bryson Tiller - "Sorry Not Sorry" (ESTA Remix)
Here, the original euphoric, celebratory beat on Tiller's "Sorry Not Sorry" gets a downtempo rework, showcasing Tiller's razor-sharp verses over brassy, rippling production and a flutter of piano keys.
Bryson Tiller - "Exchange" (Cresce Remix)
Bassheads, this one's for you. Cresce amps up the bass on this "Exchange" remix, bringing Tiller's vocals through in a pitched-down form that matches the track's new bass-heavy depth.
Bryson Tiller - "Exchange" (Moony Remix)
Tiller's "Exchange" gets an industrial twist in this remix by Moony, adding snappy percussion, a throbbing bass line and a muffled, underwater vibe to the rapper's vocals.
Bryson Tiller - "Don't" (Steelix & Falcxne Remix)
This "Don't" remix tackles Tiller's debut single with pitched-up vocals, hushed breath sounds and a booming bass line. Stay tuned for the track's spacey, atmospheric drop.
Bryson Tiller - "Set You Free" (Gravez Remix)
Let's leave things off with a heavy-hitter. Gravez's "Don't" remix takes Tiller's trap-soul taste to a new level, with an edgy, electronica-infused vibe that marches along to Tiller's R&B-tinged verses and thunderous hip-hop beats.