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Bryson Tiller and Drake have collaborated, after years of teasing fans. The two artists have reportedly worked together on Tiller’s new album Anniversary, as Rap-Up reports.

A snippet of a song entitled “Outta Time” by Tiller and Drake recently surfaced online. Some fans have also mentioned that the song has appeared in Shazam’s database.

Back in 2016, Tiller took to Twitter to share that he was working on music with Drizzy.

“Started some vibes with Drake today. more life,” he tweeted. However, music by the two was never released.

Early in his career, Tiller received a co-sign from the Toronto rapper.“I just feel like he makes the best music, quality-wise and everything-wise, basically,” the R&B crooner told Rolling Stone in 2016.

“For him to reach out early in my career and say that he likes my music was crazy for me. I was shocked. He gave me the nod, so I would say that was the most surprising.”

In addition to the collaboration with Drake,  Tiller’s third album Anniversary is slated to feature the singer’s singles “Always Forever” and “Inhale.”

“This album is a different energy. There’s a clear difference with this album and True to Self,” Tiller told Billboard. “I can’t afford to bring my C-game now — not for my two daughters. It’s just my A-game here on out.

 

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.