On Trapsoul, Tiller explores this new genre. The album consists of many mellow “lovey-dovey” lyrics, but it also contains some heartless lyrics. The songs’ beats are very soulful while maintaining a very hip-hoppy aura. This variation of music and singing style is what makes the album so enjoyable to listen to.
Aside from Don’t, “Exchange” and “Sorry Not Sorry” are two tracks that the public seems to enjoy. These two songs highlight Tiller’s ability to transition from singing to rapping in a flash. “Sorry Not Sorry” showcases more of Tiller’s heartless side.
While the album as a whole is very popular right now, Tiller’s striking lines are even more popular. You are guaranteed to see his lyrics posted on Twitter whenever you log in. “Lord please save her for me” and “Pull up, skrrrt, get in the ride” are two of the many catchy lyrics that the youth has adopted as common tweets.
Despite his popularity, Tiller himself is recluse, saying that he “don’t do interviews” on his song Just Another Interlude. This aspect of Tiller makes it hard for many journalists and talk show hosts to discuss him as a person aside from his music.
Tiller is amazing artist overall. He stormed into R&B music culture and took a hold of the youth. Tiller will surely become even more talented and famous in the months to come.