14 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Just as G-funk made the dance floor safe for rap fans in the ‘90s, Louisville’s Bryson Tiller is the trap-soul ambassador, opening the treacherous style to R&B fans. The slow-rolling beats frame his cascading voice perfectly on "Don't" and "Been That Way." Tiller isn’t confined to lover-man status; he lays down hot bars on “502 Come Up” and “Rambo,” showing the turn-up is real. Keep your precious suits and silks in storage; this is sexy, grimy music. Let the trap-soul era begin.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Just as G-funk made the dance floor safe for rap fans in the ‘90s, Louisville’s Bryson Tiller is the trap-soul ambassador, opening the treacherous style to R&B fans. The slow-rolling beats frame his cascading voice perfectly on "Don't" and "Been That Way." Tiller isn’t confined to lover-man status; he lays down hot bars on “502 Come Up” and “Rambo,” showing the turn-up is real. Keep your precious suits and silks in storage; this is sexy, grimy music. Let the trap-soul era begin.

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