Bryson Tiller Claims the Top Two Spots on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart

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The young R&B sensation Bryson Tiller has the top two spots on Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart with "Rambo" and "Exchange" as his album Trapsoul continues to impress fans.

Tiller broke onto the scene with "Don't" one of the tracks off his Trapsoul album that has an undeniable PARTYNEXTDOOR vibe.

Tiller hails from Louisville, Kentucky and in a recent interview with HotNewHipHop he says that "the music scene in Louisville is dead." Tiller said that he wanted to make some noise and he sure is with his debut album Trapsoul.

Trapsoul has incredibly deep tones that give it an added in your face emphasis. Tillers mix of rapping and singing is perfectly balanced and it's easy to see why both "Rambo" and "Exchange" are the current standout tracks for fans. Tiller's Trapsoul album has a perfect five-star rating on iTunes with over 500 votes.

He is yet another combination act that will benefit from how diverse his skill-set is. Tiller's freestyle over PARTYNEXTDOOR's "Don't Worry" and iLoveMakonnen's "Molly" is a perfect example of how he can really rip it on the mic.

For someone who's not a part of the OVO crew, Tiller does sound as if he's a perfect candidate. You can check out "Rambo" and "Exchange" below.