Bryson Tiller's 2015 debut album Trapsoul may have put him on the map and lead to his growing success but in a recent interview with Tim Westwood, the True To Self rapper admits that his first tape dented his confidence after negative comments online.

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“I’m my biggest hater and my worst critic, so when I see all these people saying things it’s like I’m agreeing with them," Bryson said. “All these things just kinda took a toll on me. I went through a lot of crazy things," he adds, detailing some issues he went through with his former management. "I was in a dark dark place after Trapsoul. It hindered me from everything you know, my creative process, everything,” he continued, “It made me stop believing in myself. I just wanted to start over.”

As for upcoming music from the R&B singer, he admits he's got two projects in the works. "I've got a lot of stuff, a lot of beats that I've been sitting on for a while. Just because I felt like I wasn't in the mind space to approach those beats at the time. Now I'm back on it and more confident in the studio."

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Listen to his full interview below