Bryson Tiller provided a new spark in R&B with his debut album, Trap Soul. With his second album, True to Self, Tiller continued to  take his brand of R&B to new heights. The Louisville native recently embarked on the “Set It Off” tour and made a stop at the Fox Theater in Atlanta.

In front of a capacity crowd, Tiller performed a slew of hits from his new album including “Self-Made,” “Set It Off,” and “Something Tells Me.” He also took fans on a journey through the Trap Soul era with hits such as “Sorry Not Sorry,” “Exchange,” and “Don’t.”

But Tiller also brought out several special guests that represent the essence of trap music and soul. Dae Dae performed “What U Mean”; Rick Ross performed “B.M.F.”; 6lack performed his hit “PRBLMS,”; Young Thug performed “Pick Up the Phone”; and 21 Savage performed “Bank Account.”

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