Bryson Tiller Readies New Music, Asks The Weeknd for a Verse

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LOUISVILLE, KY - MAY 03: Kendra Bailey (L) and Bryson Tiller attend The 2019 Trifecta Gala at KFC YUM! Center on May 3, 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

Bryson Tiller may finally bless his fans with some new jams. The Louisville native recently went on a tweet streak teasing unheard music.

"Wide awake. feelin inspired," he wrote early Sunday morning, sending hopeful followers into a frenzy. He followed with a promise that he'd be restarting his Twitch streams "really soon."

A committed gamer, the self-proclaimed Pen Griffey revealed that he misses playing Apex Legends "like a m*," as he's likely been putting a lot of work into his third studio album.

Responding to one fan who was showing love to his 2015 song "Overtime," he claimed, "Im workin overtime right now too.

In another message, Tiller shared a clip of his daughter listening to one of his drafts after asking, "Daddy, can i hear some stuff you’ve been working on?" He agreed and admitted, "didn’t think i’d hear those words so soon."

Too jealous of her!

Tiller also publicly reached out to The Weeknd at the request of fans to see if he'd be interested in recording a verse for "an r&b song" he has stashed in the vault. The singer added, "You know i wouldn't trip."

Speaking of Abel, he opened the virtual VMAs on Sunday night with an incredible performance on top of a skyscraper in New York City. Make sure to watch until the end.