LOS ANGELES, CA—Bryson Tiller is riding the hip-hop/R&B line perfectly and if you aren't convinced, just stop by one of his live shows. I felt an extreme case of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) not knowing all the words to his songs. Fans at West Hollywood's The Roxy Theatre went crazy for him during his two back-to-back sold out shows. Tiller puts on an intimate show for his diverse fan base. It's almost like hanging with your homies while they hype you to scream the lyrics to your favorite song. His fans were locked in and dedicated.
Bryson performed tracks like "Exchange," "Been That Way," "Let 'Em Know," and the unapologetic, "Sorry Not Sorry." He's more than just an Internet sensation, for sure. His songs were so catchy he made a only 45-minute show worth attending. Aside from early co-signs from both Timbaland and Drake, Tiller has a few celebrity fans that were at the show supporting. Travis Scott made an on-stage cameo on Sunday (October 25) night's show. His performances are a "scene." The place where all the cool kids go that everyone doesn't know about yet. Cool kids in the audience included Trey Songz, Big Sean, Kylie Jenner, Fabolous, Wale and Sevyn Streeter, to name a few.
Toward the end of the show he noted: "A year ago I was singing in my car. Now I'm here in front of you all. This is crazy." Not only is it crazy, it's just the beginning.