- Advertisement -
6.5 C
Monday, December 5, 2022
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
HomeEntertainment NewsINTERNATIONALBryson Tiller Drops “Inhale” Video, Preps His Third Studio Album Coming Soon

Bryson Tiller Drops “Inhale” Video, Preps His Third Studio Album Coming Soon


Tailored for You

Five breakout stars of the World Cup group stage

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Kylian Mbappe grabbed plenty...

Tunisia defeats France 1-0 and withdraws from Qatar 2022

Khazri steered home a 58th-minute winner amid a cluster...

Portugal beat Uruguay to reach World Cup last 16

Portugal booked their place in the World Cup last...

Kudus is hero as Black Stars survive South Korea’s fight back

Mohammed Kudus was the hero, yesterday at the Education...

Casemiro goal downs Switzerland to take Brazil into World Cup last 16

A Brazil side lacking spark without the injured Neymar...

Bryson Tiller is in album mode and has a new video out, “Inhale.”

Bryson Tiller is often criticized for not being as prolific as he should when it comes to releasing new music. Just yesterday, the singer decided to troll himself on social media about said unreleased content. It seems the Wednesday tease was just an ice breaker for a new song the “Don’t” singer had cued up and ready to go. Tiller released the new song and music video for his trap soul joint titled, “Inhale.” By the looks of things, the single is being lifted from his upcoming album, which should be released this fall, according to the short announcement shared at the end of “Inhale” music video.

Now on to the track and the video. Bryson Tiller draws inspiration from two of the smoothest, grooviest tracks from the year 1995 to craft the sounds on this one. The fusion of Mary J. Blige’s “Not Gon’ Cry,” taken from the Waiting to Exhale soundtrack, and SWV’s “All Night Long” is just what was ordered for Tiller to speak about the love he still has for is ex. “Baby girl, I miss when you adored me / When you left me, honey, that sh*t tore me,” he sings. “F**k being on Forbes, I felt rich when I was yours / Feel more like a corpse / All these women been a bore.”

RO.LEXX directs a true to the line music video, with shots only being captured at night. The dark undertones give us a look into Tiller’s loneliness, which is further visually expressed by his ex seemingly only using for her sexual desires.

Latest stories


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here