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Bryson Tiller and Jack Harlow had planned to record a joint album


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Bryson Tiller and Jack Harlow are supportive of each others’ careers, so much so they had planned to team up for a collaborative album. The project never came to fruition, however, because Tiller wasn’t in the right state of mind.

In an interview with Bootleg Kev, the singer explained, “We planned on doing it a little while ago, but he caught me in the middle of depression so I just wasn’t in that mental space to even do that.” He continued, “I ended up not going to Atlanta like we originally planned.”

Bryson and Jack are both natives of Louisville, Kentucky. Before his rise to fame, a teenage Jack DM’d the “Gotta Move On” singer about the influence he had on Jack’s then-budding career.

“I’m a massive fan dude and study your every move,” the rapper told Tiller in a DM he shared earlier this year. “I just turned 17 and I’m very confident in my craft and trajectory of my career.”

Tiller replied, “Thanks man I appreciate it,” along with an encouraging message: “keep working. anything is possible.”

Fast-forward to today: the two have collaborations “Thru the Night” and “Luv Is Dro” under their belts.

Jack’s a Grammy-nominated star, who’s now up for three awards at the 2023 Grammys; Bryson is preparing to release his new album next year.

“I’m just so excited to give people experiences, something that they can attach to a memory that they have going on in life,” he said of the forthcoming project, per “That’s kinda what I really care about right now.”

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