Bryson Tiller’s sophomore album True to Self is done. Today (April 12), the Kentucky singer revealed that he completed work on the highly anticipated follow-up to 2015’s Trapsoul.

“Sophomore album complete,” Tiller wrote. “i always feel like i got a lot more to say whenever i'm ‘done’ but i'll save it for the next one i guess.”

Tiller’s message is great news for fans, who have been waiting on an update for months. Back in October, the singer said the album was almost done. The timing led to speculation of a release before the end of 2016. Obviously, that did not happen as Tiller had much more work to do.

Fans last heard from Tiller in January when he announced the title of his new LP. The “Let Me Explain” artist also said his entire focus was on finishing the project.

“I’m working on this album called True to Self, non-stop until it’s finished. then it’s yours,” Tiller wrote on Twitter.

Now that the album is finished, listeners will anxiously await for a release date. Tiller has not provided any hints for a potential date, but True to Self will likely arrive in the summer.
True to Self will have lofty expectations thanks to the tremendous success of Trapsoul. Tiller’s debut LP went platinum due to the immense popularity of its singles “Don’t,” "Exchange" and "Sorry Not Sorry.” The project also received widespread critical acclaim and was nominated for multiple music awards.

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