Bryson Tiller is one of best american musician. Since 2011, he has started to amaze all with creative work. Not only with his beautiful songs, he also inspire people by his words. In this post, you will get top Bryson Tiller quotes.
You told me I should go ahead and do my thing... Damn right I'll do my thing!
These are things I gotta say to you. Make me feel irreplaceable.
It feels amazing. It feels very amazing. I was struggling. I was really living the struggle and I’m not living the struggle anymore.
I’m just going to live life and see where it takes me. And just go experience new things and just make music.
I grew up with my little brother, and we were raised by my grandmother. I was an insider for real. I stayed in the house a lot, writing songs or playing video games, watching TV, or chilling with my girlfriend.
I know they want to see me fall, look where I am though.
I'm a low-key guy. So I like going to places and not being known. So it's weird when people are saying, 'Oh, it's you.
The Joker is my favorite villain of all time.
I would say the struggle made me want to take music seriously again.
When life seems meaningless without her.
I had this skit, that was like I call myself from the future telling myself that I should keep working hard, I think that’s cool because now I am, and that’s crazy. I stopped doing music for a little bit because I had a daughter, and I wanted to get a real job and just focus. But then I realised that that wasn’t enough.
I used to work drastically. My life has changed drastically. Like I said, I was sleeping in my car and now I’m on the road a lot, you know what I mean. Just doing what I used to do. But now I’m doing it for a living.
My little brother and grandma told me I could sing. I used to sing in church, too. Not like in the choir or anything, but for people around the church... on the church bus going home and Christmas plays.
One of my first purchases after I signed to RCA was a BMW. I was driving on the highway, and I heard 'Don't' come on. It was a real moment.
Amazing, man. That was so… it just didn’t seem real. It was surreal.
By inspiring people. I want to inspire people to change the world. I just watched a movie yesterday, I forgot what they said. You ever seen Tomorrowland? It’s really good. It was a unique movie. Something about wolves, a quote that I’m going to use a lot now. I want to inspire people to change the world. That’s something that I feel that I’m meant to do here… really going to change the world. I asked God to make me immortal so I can do it.
Listen... How do we became so distant, like I'm the one to blame and you're innocent
Been That Way' is a song that Timbaland gave me. Actually, the beat is. And then he called me to come out there to Miami. I went out there to work with him, and he gave me two beats for my project. One was 'Sorry Not Sorry,' and the other one was 'Been That Way,' and I recorded both of them in my hotel. Bryson
When bae pretends like she is not thinking about you, but you know she still has feelings.
Sometimes my life is moving so fast that I forget what’s going on. I’m just going with the pace or going with the flow. Like I don’t really stop and try to pay attention to things for too long. So I got kind of lost in that moment.
Everywhere she goes they playing my songs that’s why I say the things that i say that way I know she can’t ignore me.
I wore a uniform to school, so the white-on-white or black-on-black Air Force 1 Low was the simple sneaker to wear, but it was the standard.
Don't act all nonchalant that will mean that everything we talked about was all for nothing.
Sometimes my life is moving so fast that I forget what's going on. I'm just going with the pace or going with the flow. Like, I don't really stop and try to pay attention to things for too long.
I was working at Papa John's full-time. I had just quit my part-time job at UPS. I was there for two years.
My grandma was so old-fashioned. She thought we were supposed to have homework every night. I would come home, and she would be like, 'Where's your homework?' and I'd be like, 'I don't have none.' She'd be like, 'I'ma call your teacher.
I used to bottle up all of my emotions and never say anything. Even if something really made me mad, I'd be quiet.
When you understand that you are better off apart.
You would think, because I stayed to myself and I was shy, that I'd be a good student, but actually, I was a bad student. I was in detention a lot, mainly for cutting, being late to class. I was in tardy hall a lot. I hate the idea of homework. I don't get it.
I used to sing in church, too. Not like in the choir or anything, but for people around the church... on the church bus going home and Christmas plays.
Whenever you fly into Louisville, you see a sign that says, 'It's Possible Here.' I remember my first time seeing it - I think I was coming home from the studio in L.A. - I was working on my debut album, and I just thought, 'Wow, it is possible here.
On my project, I say something like, “I used to do it for fun and now I do it for funds” because it was really everyday after school I used to go to my boy’s crib to record songs. I mean, I used to cut school sometimes and record songs. So now, I’m doing the same thing. Every day I’m in the studio but getting paid to do it. So that’s pretty dope.
When you were talking every day but now you can't even have a conversation.
Some people are really proud of me, and some don't like it. I don't really know what to tell those people. It's like people that don't know me or people that aren't even my friends saying I've changed. I have two friends - exactly two friends. It's like, how can someone that's not even my friend say I've changed?
I'm from Louisville, Kentucky, and nobody gets out of there. So I'm like, how am I gonna get out of there? Nobody else can. So it took some time. The struggle made me realize I didn't really want to be 'normal' anymore.
I dontn’t like to hear people say I’m better than anybody, especially when they compare me to people who have tons of classic albums.
I just want to make $100 million and retire.
I like anime, but one of my favorite animes, and one of the most popular animes out there - Dragon Ball Z. That's the one that I watch the most. I don't watch all the crazy stuff like Bleach, One Piece.
I just got here. This is my first album. It’s cool for some people to really feel like that. I feel like they should keep that to themselves and wait until I get six more classic albums, and then start that debate. Because, the person who’s never heard of me [could] walk in and judge me—the first thing they do when they listen to my music is listen to see if I’m better than that person. That’ll turn them into a hater quick.
I just started mimicking what I heard and singing along to it.
Everybody's family plays them music, and my grandma used to play a lot of old-school stuff, like Ron Isley and Gladys Knight. Earth, Wind & Fire is the one I started paying attention to. My uncle introduced me to R&B, like Dru Hill, 112 and all those dudes.
It was right after I dropped the song 'Don't,' and it started to go viral a little bit. That's when I was like, 'Alright, I might have something here.' Actually, I wasn't even going to quit my job, but Timbaland called me - we have a mutual friend - and he was like, 'Yo man, you need to work in Miami.
I was in New York in 2014. It was still cold outside. I was sitting there working on 'Exchange' and 'Right My Wrongs' at the time, and a fan had commented on one of my songs called 'Let Em' Know' that was already on my SoundCloud and said, 'trapsoul movement.
I like Kehlani a lot because she's on her grind; she does everything herself. She's writing her own music and, you know, putting all the vocals together, and she's just dope. She just reminds me a lot of me.
One thing Drake is known for is putting out good, quality music. To acknowledge me and my music was all I needed to hear from anybody. Nobody could tell me anything after that.
When you know that the haters will keep hating but you are young and successful.
Everybody was telling me I should just stand alone on my first project, and I started to see what they were saying.
You know how Beyonce has Sasha Fierce? That's how I am. When I go out onstage, I become a different person.
Now I kind of have to watch where I go. I can't just wear whatever when I go out because somebody might want to take a picture. People are, like, taking pictures of me in my car when I'm driving. It's crazy. I kind of hate it sometimes.
You were cool if you had on a pair of Air Force 1s. It's still a staple for me while on tour.
When you understand that 99.99 percent of females on Instagram don't look anything like that in real life, so you are focused on your work.
Everybody always thinks you have to move out of the city and go where the music industry is, but it's possible in Louisville, and it's possible anywhere. You just have to believe.
I listen to a lot of songs, and they aren't talking about anything. I don't connect with them. I'll listen to something like Musiq Soulchild's 'Just Friends,' and I'm like, 'Wow, I really feel what he's talking about.' That's how I want people to feel about my music.
My idea of putting the city on is giving inspiration to others to want to put themselves on. You should never depend on someone else to put you on. I used to do that, and it didn't get me anywhere.
When you are trying to get bae's attention but she is not liking your Instagram pictures anymore.
I read an article in 'Forbes' entitled 'Six Ways To Achieve Any Goal,' and it really inspired me and helped me get to where I am today.
When you want a second a chance to fix your mistakes.
I released a song called 'Let Em Know' off SoundCloud, and some fan commented on it and was like, 'Trap soul movement,' and I was like, 'Man, that's dope. What is that?' And it just sounded like my music. That was the perfect word to describe my music, so I was just like, I'm going to call my project that.
I grew up listening to T-Pain and The-Dream, and they were doing that thing, rapping and singing at the same time. That's where I get it from.
My favorite soul artist, I would have to say D'Angelo. That's R&B, soul. Trap artist, I would probably have to say...Young Thug.
When you feel a certain type of way about a new flame.
Michael B. Jordan is actually cool. He's like the homie. I'm actually talking to him. He reached out to me a while ago and just showing love for the music after 'TRaPSOUL' dropped.
Vine is where 'Don't' started popping off. A lot of famous Viners used the song, and that was crazy because I had never been a part of something like that. I drank champagne for the first time when it got 100,000 plays.
I'm in R&B/Soul, and I feel like all my music is R&B driven. Even some of the songs that are more rap have an R&B feel, so I'm with that.
When you are on to the next one.
I think the main thing was me having a daughter. I just knew that I had to be a man, so I grew up real quick. Then I started caring about my music more, and I feel like that was the main change between 'Killer Instinct' and 'TRAPSOUL'. I was just like, 'I need to take this more serious and watch the things I say.
I can't wait to see someone else from Louisville make a hit song 'cos that'd be dope. I can only imagine how J Cole would feel if somebody just came out of Fayetteville and started booming with some crazy records.
Whenever a dope artist comes out of nowhere, the first thing you do is try and compare it to stuff until you realise that that artist is just them, and eventually those comparisons will stop.
Every time I go home, I look around, and it feels surreal. Like, I'm not living out of my car anymore, I don't have to ask people for money.
I just wanna make music that people love. If they love the next project that I put out, 'Thank you' because that means that I can take care of my family.
If there's three boxes that say 'Single', 'In a Relationship,' and the third one says 'Getting Money', I'd check the third one.
I never really wanted to be an artist. I just really wanted to write songs. But, of course, I can't get placement unless I demo the songs.
I started listening to The-Dream a lot. That's when I really got into writing songs. I like the way he put lyrics and makes his songs. So I was like, 'All right,' and I just started writing. That's when I started wanting to be a songwriter.