In May 2017, Bryson Tiller's sophomore album True To Self opened at number one and did 107 SPS in its first week.
But it will likely never be double platinum, like his 2015 debut album TrapSoul (which only did 22K first week) eventually became.
Tiller jumped on Twitter last night and blamed depression for True To Self's underperforming. He added that he's feeling better now and his music going forward will reflect his improved state of mind.
Tiller's last album was good & yall got him depressed smh pic.twitter.com/1jIgS47QLl— Yo Shadow Chill (@BStapIes) May 5, 2018
1. i was depressed before i made that album and you can hear it in the music 2. statistically, we didn’t do that great because of it.. and 3. depression ended in 2017 and i been workin hard ever since. stay tuned https://t.co/dVIjYLHo9C— tiller (@brysontiller) May 7, 2018
Could you hear that Tiller's was struggling on True To Self?