In A New Music Video, Bryson Tiller And The Ying Yang Twins Enjoy Life “Outside”

Like many of his R&B colleagues, Bryson Tiller has recently been busy enjoying his craft. Early in September, the Trapsoul crooner released “Outside,” his most recent solo single, following his unavoidable collaboration with Diddy.

The video came early Tuesday morning (Oct. 18). The “Wait (The Whisper Song)” sample and cameos from Tiller, 29, and the rapping duo appear on-beat in the Edgar Esteves-directed video, which directly references the ying yang symbolism with the balance of light and dark. After D-Roc, one-half of the gang, passed out from thirst earlier this summer, this appearance came about.

Most of the males, including the adoring father of two, were surrounded by models as Tiller sort of issued a challenge to any jealous, onlookers. As he stated to VIBE back in July, the lusty and self-described “anti-feels” single is viewed as a complete departure from the normal “deep-in-your-feelings” records the Louisville musician releases.

“I’m really excited about [the album] . Different from all the other albums I’ve ever released in many ways. And man, I’m working on some other stuff that I can’t talk about just yet,” he teased, before noting that other collaborations with undisclosed musicians are also planned.

In the meantime, check out the new visual below.

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