On June 25, Bryson Tiller shared with the world that he is an official high school graduate. The Grammy-nominated singer expressed that it’s not too late to receive a diploma.
The Trapsoul artist took to Twitter to share his achievement and the next goals. In the post, the 27-year-old included the 2020 graduation pamphlet with the list of names from Iroquois High School. He mentioned that it was important to receive the diploma because he has several goals he wants to reach, which includes college being the next move.
— tiller (@brysontiller) June 25, 2020
However, with COVID-19 placing a hold on several special occasions that most of the world is facing, the Louisville singer celebrated his accomplishment at home. Tiller also shared a video of him walking out of his home to the classic graduation song while dressed in his cap and gown.
In the video, someone announces his name as he walks out to the edge of the backyard to overlook the hills, he throws his hands up in the air while yelling, “I graduated high school!” Tiller then throws his cap in the air.
According to VIBE, Tiller had dropped out of high school in 2013 and released his album Trapsoul two years later. The album included “Exchange,” which he received a Grammy nomination for. He also dropped another album in 2017 titled True To Self that didn’t include any features on the 19 track album.