Bryson Tiller has had a monstrous last nine months. Since his T R A P S O U L LP dropped in October, the album has gone platinum (thanks in large part to how much its been streamed), and two singles have cracked the top 30 in Billboard’s Hot 100. The first, “Don’t,” was remixed by nearly the entire R ‘n’ B world. The second, “Exchange,” is now getting a push to help it climb even higher on the charts than it’s predecessor did. (“Don’t” hit No. 13, which is great seeing where Tiller’s buzz was less than a year ago.)
Anyway, after the Lexington native stopped by Seth Meyers’ late night show to perform the single last week, the song has now received the visual treatment. As the song follows Tiller looking back at a relationship, how life has changed since and the ensuing feelings of wanting to get back together, the video follows suit showcasing his relationship pre- and post-break-up.
That side-eye when he was walking out of the theater with his new girl, whom he’s clearly far less interested in, pretty much sums it up: neither of them really wanted to break up in the first place. Watch the video below.