After keeping a relatively low profile throughout 2019, Bryson Tiller is back with his new song "Blame."
The track, which was released on his official website, finds the artist reflecting on a broken relationship and his regret over his actions.
Can't keep explainin' myself, feels like I'm drainin' myself
I guess there's no one to blame but myself
Got a big Henny cup, I'll drink it with help
I'm taintin' myself, I'm ashamed of myself
I've been praying for myself like you used to
Stream the new track below.
Tiller has not indicted whether "Blame" is a standalone single or if it'll appear on a project. The 26-year-old singer is expected to drop his long-awaited Serenity project later this year, but has yet to announce an official release date.
"Album delayed til I'm happy with it," he said about Serenity in late 2018. "I understand that people these days love to have new music every 4 months but that's just not how I work. Fans out here giving me ultimatums and shit and I'm just like damn I thought this shit was forever."
Bryson Tiller has delayed his album pic.twitter.com/JbldJNS68y— Hot Freestyle (@HotFreestyle) December 12, 2018
Serenity will serve as the follow-up to Tiller's 2017 album, True to Self.