Bryson Tiller, a breakout star of 2010s contemporary R&B, gained fame with his single "Don't" and the 2015 album TRAPSOUL. The album reached number eight on the Billboard 200, earning him multi-platinum certifications and Grammy nominations. He continued his success with the albums True to Self (2017) and ANNIVERSARY (2019). Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Tiller began his musical journey in high school, releasing the mixtape Killer Instinct, Vol. 1 in his late teens. He gained recognition on SoundCloud with tracks like "Don't," leading to a deal with RCA. His sparse ballad "Don't" peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Tiller's influence extended to collaborations, including hits like DJ Khaled and Rihanna's "Wild Thoughts," H.E.R.'s "Could've Been," and Jazmine Sullivan’s "Insecure." In 2022, he returned to the music scene with the solo single "Outside" and later released his solo single, "Whatever She Wants."

Thursday, July 11

Coca-Cola Stage

9:30 PM