Bryson Tiller’s Self-Titled Album Scores Top 5 Debut on Billboard


Bryson Tiller’s self-titled album has debuted on multiple Billboard charts this week.

Released April 5 on RCA Records, Bryson Tiller opens at No. 2 on the Top R&B Albums chart. According to HitsDailyDouble, the album sold 39,044 equivalent units. It marks Tiller’s fourth non-holiday album to debut inside the top 5.

Here’s a look at Bryson Tiller’s current standings on the Top R&B Albums chart, in order by peak and year:

Elsewhere on Billboard, Bryson Tiller appears on the following charts: Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (No. 4), Top Streaming Albums (No. 10) and Billboard 200 (No. 12).

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Bryson Tiller. (Photo Credit: Ro.Lexx)

Several songs from Tiller’s album have landed on the Hot R&B Songs chart, which is ranked by streaming activity data, radio airplay audience impressions and sales data. Here are the Bryson Tiller songs charting on Hot R&B Songs this week:

  • “Ciao!,” No. 9
  • “Attention,” No. 12
  • “Calypso,” No. 13 (No. 10 peak)
  • “Random Access Memory [RAM]” featuring Clara La San, No. 18
  • “No Thank You,” No. 19
  • “Peace Interlude,” No. 20
  • “Rick Boy,” No. 22
  • “Find My Way,” No. 25

Tiller’s self-titled album, which consists of 19 tracks, features Victoria Monét and Clara La San. The project follows A Different Christmas and Anniversary (Deluxe), both of which were released in 2021.

Tiller will launch the North American leg of The Bryson Tiller Tour in Portland, Oregon, on May 11. He will make stops in Vancouver, Chicago, New York City, Washington, D.C., and more before concluding Sept. 21 in Puyallup, Washington.

In other news, Tiller appears on Chris Brown‘s 11:11 (Deluxe) album on the track “Run Away.” The two previously collaborated on “Need You Right Here” from Brown’s 2022 album, Breezy.

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