Bryson Tiller Net Worth 2019, Early Life, Body, and Career
Bryson Tiller Net Worth – Bryson Tiller is a talented award-winning R&B singer who broke onto the showbiz scene in 2015 following the release of his debut single, ‘Don’t’, which earned him two BET Awards for Best New Artist and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist.
The Louisville, Kentucky native, whose Mayor gave the key to the city, subsequently naming March 12th Bryson Tiller Day in Lousiville, has described his type of music as not the typical R&B but rather as a fusion of rap and hip-hop. Regardless of what he describes it as Tiller’s music has been well received by the public with ‘Don’t’ in particular garnering over 41 million views on YouTube.
Bryson Djuan Tiller was born on January 2, 1993) in Louisville, in the state of Kentucky.
His mother died when he was very young, just four years old, and his loving grandmother took the burton to raise him and his four brothers. Bryson claims that he often feels very sad about the fact he didn’t even get a chance to meet her and misses her.
He went to Iroquois High School, and at the age of fourteen, he started singing and got very interested in rapping. This was his way to cope with things that he found very hard…
After finishing high school, he had to find work to support himself so he started working at Papa John’s Pizza. He also worked for the UPS, a big package delivery service. He says this made him realize how hard it is to make money.
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 79 kg
Hair Color: Dark brown
Eye color: Brown
Shoe Size: NA
Measurements: 42-15.5-32 in
From an early age, Tiller was a big fan of music. It, however, took him till the age of 15, when he entered high school to start recording himself, singing and rapping. He attended Iroquois High School in southwestern Louisville Kentucky.
With life coming very fast at him, Tiller needed to provide for his family so he dropped out of school to get a full-time job at the pizza franchise restaurant Papa Johns as well as package delivery company UPS. He, however, still continued to do music from his living room with the hopes of at least becoming a songwriter. He sighted songwriter-turned musician, The Dream, as his biggest influence at the time.
Bryson Tiller later moved to Miami to chase his dreams of becoming a singer, revealing that he had to sleep in his car most times. His life then took a huge turn in October 2014 when he uploaded ‘Don’t’ to his Soundcloud account.
Various record labels and producers began to take notice of the track as it received huge online shares. This prompted him to officially release the song as the lead single to his debut album. In the meantime, music executives had begun clamoring for his signature. He eventually chose to sign what has been described as a creative partnership deal with RCA Records, declining deals from labels such as Drake’s OVO Sound among many others.
Tiller had begun to gather a lot of buzzes as fans anticipated his album. The converted Rolling Stone magazine, in September 2015, featured him among their list of new artists that people should get to know. A month later, on October 2, 2015, Bryson Tiller released his debut album titled Trapsoul.
Upon its release, the album went straight to number 11 on the US Billboard 200 chart, peaking at the number 8 spot. The second single from the album, ‘Exchange’, got nominated for a Grammy Award and peaked at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 while the third single ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ peaked at number 67.
More success unfolded for the young superstar as he began appearing on a lot of other artists’ records. He most notably featured on Dj Khaled’s ‘Wild Thoughts’ alongside Rihanna. He was also listed on Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 list of exceptional entrepreneurs, entertainers, and celebrities under the age of 30.
On May 26, 2017, Tiller released his second album titled ‘True to Self’. The album debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200, becoming the singer’s first number 1 album.
Bryson Tiller is an American singer-songwriter and rapper who has a net worth of $2 million.