We've been seeing a lot of Bryson Tiller lately. After getting some screen time with Jazmine Sullivan in the new music video for their duet "Insecure," he delivers another visual to our doorsteps with the clip for "Self-Made."
The single is taken from his sophomore album, True To Self, and the trap soul kingpin is all about himself on the track. Call it confidence, call it cockiness, Tiller gives no damns what you call it as he brags about all of the things he's able to do now and the trappings that fame has brought him. We see a bit of Bryson balling out in the fantastical music video for "Self-Made" directed by Colin Tilley. The black-and-white clip begins with blackbirds flying high in the sunny sky above Pen Griffey's crib as he walks the door. While outside, a sunshower begins to rain on a group of women sunbathing in front of his car collection as he starts singing. Next we see him surfing on the hood of an exotic car with a few lovelies inside before the scene switches to a bedroom with a few more scantily clad women hanging from the ceiling. We later witness Bryson jet skiing down the block while police cars chase him. The video for "Self-Made" is a wild fantasy – or drug-fueled hallucination – brought to life.
With 19 songs on True To Self, we're sure that this isn't the last music video that we'll see from the album. While we wait to see what else he has coming, get into Bryson Tiller's braggadocious swag in "Self-Made."