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Bryson Tiller and Drake rumored to be collaborating in ‘Outta Time’, elated fans say ‘my emotions aren't ready’

An audio snippet has surfaced online where Drake can be heard singing a few soothing lines and the song has also appeared in the database of Shazam
Bryson Tiller and Drake (Getty Images)
Bryson Tiller and Drake (Getty Images)

American rapper Bryson Tiller is all set to drop his third studio album titled ‘Anniversary’ on Friday, October 2, 2020. Even though the singer-songwriter has not shared the official tracklist of his new project, it looks like he has bagged one of the biggest collaborations of his career with the Toronto rapper Drake. An audio snippet has surfaced online where Drake can be heard singing a few soothing lines from the song. Everyone is now assuming the song might feature on Tiller’s new album ‘Anniversary’ as both the artistes have been teasing their collaboration from a very long time.


The song is rumoured to be titled as ‘Outta Time’. According to hip-hop news site Rap-up, the song has also appeared in the database of Shazam. The news of their new rumoured single got the fans excited on social media. A fan took to Twitter and said, “Bryson Tiller featuring Drake??? my emotions aren’t ready." Another said, “R&B KINGS BRYSON TILLER & DRAKE FINALLY COLLABORATED ON A TRACK.” Another user posted, “Drake & Bryson Tiller on an official track. This is the best day of my life.” One fan who heard the snippet stated, “That new Drake and Bryson Tiller track that drops tomorrow is sounding real good.” One user commented, “Drake & Bryson Tiller gotta song coming & the snippet alone did it for me.”






If the rumor turns out to be true, this will be the first ever collaboration of Bryson and Drake. Tiller had first teased his collab with Drake way back in 2016 in a tweet which read, “started some vibes with Drake today. more life” but nothing materialised until now.


Bryson Tiller has been quite busy off-late as he dropped the deluxe edition of his 2015 debut album titled ‘Trapsoul’ (stylized as T R A P S O U L) a few days ago along with the music video of the fan-favorite ‘Right My Wrongs’ from the same album. The 27-year-old’s new studio album will also feature his previously released tracks ‘Inhale’ and ‘Always Forever’. The new project will be the third studio album of the ‘Exchange’ hitmaker and is a follow-up to his second album titled ‘True to Self’ released in 2017. Interestingly, his new record ‘Anniversary’ will drop exactly on the same date as that of his first album.