On the tracks, Tiller perfects the many sides he showcased on his debut album Trapsoul. “Get Mine,” featuring Young Thug, shows Tiller at his most Drake-influenced, rapping about betrayal and trying to protect his young daughter. He slows it down for both “Somethin Tells Me” and “Honey,” the latter a smooth and sultry highlight of the trio.
Tiller announced that he completed his sophomore LP last month on Instagram. “I always feel like I got more to say whenever I’m ‘done’ but I’ll save it for the next one I guess,” he wrote.
The singer released his debut album Trapsoul in 2015 after releasing massive attention online for his SoundCloud released songs like “Don’t.” The single peaked at Number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 with the album charting at Number 11. He toured extensively in support of the LP, and joined the Weeknd earlier this year for the European dates of his Starboy: Legend of the Fall tour. He’ll rejoin the Weeknd’s trek in July for a few dates in Europe.