Bryson Tiller “True To Self” review 

After nearly 2 years since his debut album Pen Griffey blessed us with his sophomore project “True To Self.” This album is longer than the first and the vibe is slightly different but still very Bryson Tiller. It seems that his heart is still broken but he also addresses issues that he has faced since becoming a star. While he doesn’t want the fame he exclaims that he signed up for it so he will deal with the path he has chosen to feed his daughter. Standout records from this project are the first single Somethin Tells Me, Self-Made, and No Longer Friends. 


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