Biography / Wiki
An American rapper Bryson Tiller rose to prominence from the release of his first-ever single, “Don’t”, which peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100. He became worldwide popular from the release of his song “Exchange” from his debut album ‘Trapsoul.’ The song peaked at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as earned a Grammy nomination.
Since childhood, he aspired to enter the entertainment industry and is now a popular songwriter worldwide. Initially, he started his career with singing and rapping projects and later started songwriting.
During his struggling days, he had worked at a pizza shop and today with his determination he has become one of the most successful singers in the American entertainment industry. With his hard work, he has come a long way and has also become an inspiration for many young talents.
Height / Weight / Age
Bryson Djuan Tiller weighs 70 kg and 154 lbs in pounds. He is a talented Rapper, Singer, and Songwriter who is 173 cm or in feet, inches 5’8” tall. He has curly black hair color and sharp brown color eyes.
His body measurement is 40 inches chest, 30 inches waist, and 35 inches hips approximately. He has turned 27 years old in January 2020. His Biceps size is 13.5 and his shoe size is 9.5 (US).
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Bryson Djuan Tiller is $2 Million US dollars approximately.
Education / Family
Born on January 2, 1993, Bryson Djuan Tiller was raised along with four brothers in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Nothing much is known about his parents as his mother passed away when he was four years old.
After the demise of his mother, he was raised by his grandmother. For elementary education, he studied at Iroquois High School where he developed his interest in singing and songwriting.
Bryson Djuan Tiller
|Birth Place||Louisville, Kentucky, United States|
|Date Of Birth||January 2, 1993|
|Height||In centimeters – 175 cm
In feet inches – 5’8”
|Weight||In kilograms – 70 kg
In pounds – 154 lbs
|Profession||Rapper, Singer, Songwriter.|
|School||Iroquois High School.|
|Home Town||Louisville, USA|
|Fathers Name||Name not found|
|Mothers Name||Name not found|
Career / Fashion And Style
Before taking a long break from music, Bryson Tiller recorded a mixtape titled ‘Killer Instinct Vol.1.’ In October 2014, he made a huge comeback and had released his debut single titled “Don’t” to SoundCloud and peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
After his first success, he had collaborated with RCA Records released his debut album, ‘Trapsoul’ which debuted at #11 on US Billboard 200. It’s another track “Exchange” did not the only peak at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and also earned a Grammy nomination.
In 2015, he has co-written a song titled “Proof” for Chris Brown’s studio album ‘Royalty.’ He has also made a TV debut appearance, and performed on the song “Exchange” on the TV show ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers.’
In 2016, he also performed at the BET Awards and has received awards for the Best Male R&B/Pop Artist and Best New Artist at the same event. He was featured in the music video of DJ Khaled’s “Ima Be Alright” alongside rapper Future. Later he has released three songs titled “Honey”, “Get Mine” and, “Somethin Tells Me” in a row.
He has also collaborated with DJ Khaled for his song “Wild Thoughts” for the tenth album ‘Grateful’ which became an instant success. His collaborative track with Jazmine Sullivan titled “Insecure” was also served as a title track for HBO’s popular series “Insecure”.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife and More
|Children||Daughter – Harley Lorraine Tiller
Here we are providing you a list of Bryson Tiller’s favorite things.
|Favorite Actors||Tom Cruise.|
|Favorite Actress||Jennifer Aniston.|
|Favorite Food||Continental dishes.|
Some Interesting Facts About Bryson Tiller
- Bryson Tiller has a younger brother named Eric.
- He performed with Rihanna at the 60th Grammy Awards 2018.
- He considers the legendary singer Omarion as his biggest influence. He is also inspired by The-Dream, Lil Wayne, R. Kelly, Drake, and Chris Brown.
- Many of his fans were disappointed as his show at London’s KOKO was sold out in seconds.