Bryson Tiller and Drake are bringing their collaboration to Life.
The Louisville Slugger and October’s Very Own may be working on music for Drake’s now-delayed project More Life.
Tiller took to Twitter on Tuesday night to reveal the big news. “started some vibes with Drake today. more life,” he wrote.
This may mark their first collaboration, but the two have history. Drake wanted to sign Pen Griffey to his OVO Sound label, but he ended up going with RCA Records.
“[Noah ’40’ Shebib] called me…like, ‘This is actually a great deal,'” Tiller told Hot 97 earlier this year. “I think he looked [the RCA deal] over and was like, ‘I haven’t seen a deal like this in a long time’ and he thought that I should take it. A month later, Drake invited me to the club in L.A. to turn up with him.”
In October, Bryson revealed that his new album, the follow-up to 2015’s breakout debut Trapsoul, was “almost done.”
Meanwhile, Drake’s More Life has been delayed until early 2017.