Meet the 2017 class.
His collaboration with D.R.A.M. on “Broccoli” peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, shooting his career to a place he’d never fall from. The success of the song gained him endorsements b Sprite, Nautica, and Urban Outfitters.
Bryson Tiller, 23
Blessed with both rapping and singing skills, Bryson Tiller did the damn thing with his debut album, T R A P S O U L. To me, it’s timeless. I can literally listen to the album as if I’ve never heard it. The album’s title matches exactly what Brysons claims his style of music to be. His tour brought in about $100,000 per city and he’ll soon be joining The Weeknd on the Starboy: Legend of the Fall Tour.
Tory Lanez, 24
The Canadian singer won out hearts with his debut single, “Say It,” which is featured on his debut album, I Told You that peaked at No. 4. His follow-up single, “Luv,” had over a million sales and earned him a Grammy nod for Best R&B song.