Around a year ago Louisville rapper and singer Bryson Tiller released songs "Don't" and "Sorry Not Sorry." The singles exploded, receiving remixes, placements on numerous SoundCloud playlists and even a Drake co-sign. These praises made Tiller even more popular and more relevant among the interwebs conveniently leading up to the release of his debut album, Trap Soul, back in October.
Today, Tiller brings to his fanbase new music for the first time since dropping his album. The new track, "Self Righteous," comments on a deteriorating relationship that needs to be made right. Produced by Ayo, Keyz and ENT, listen to "Self Righteous" below.