After two full-length projects, Bryson Tiller is taking it back to his mixtape days.
The first single is called “Birmingham,” which remixes YBN Nahmir’s “Rubbin Off the Paint.” Once an Alabama anthem, Pen Griffrey shows love to the U.K. on his latest track while finishing up the European leg of his “Set It Off Tour.”
“You fast food R&B, that’s too bland for me,” he raps. “She a freak, oh, she gon’ do that with two hands for me / She never f**ked a rapper, she gon’ take a chance for me / I go beast mode / Ni**a, God Tiller, know that’s me, ho.”
Tiller also uses the track to announce his upcoming project. He wraps the song up with the following: “Don’t you love when ni**as hate on the sh*t they can’t make / I got a lot to say, I should drop a mixtape / Fuck it, that shit is on the way.”
The untitled mixtape will this year’s True to Self and 2015’s Trapsoul. Listen in below.