Bryson Tiller is bringing his daughter, Harley Loraine Tiller, into the music industry. The recording artist features his daughter on his new A Different Christmas album, which is the perfect addition for the holidays.
Halo’s voice is simply beautiful on the track. “I’m a grown a** man getting emotional,” wrote one YouTube fan after hearing the father-daughter duet. “You put your daughter on a song, and she did amazing,” the listener concluded. Another fan said, “My jaw literally dropped when I heard him say, ‘Sing it, Harley.'”
Bryson Tiller is in the full spirit of Christmas this year. The celebrity father recently sat down with ESSENCE to talk about his plans for the holidays.
“I’m excited to just do some winter things with my daughter,” Tiller shared. “It’s been my first Christmas with my oldest daughter in about three years now,” the celebrity father shared. “Going on three years,” Bryson added. “So I’m really excited and we’re going to be in the snow and just having a blast.”
Halo and Bryson perform “Winter Wonderland” on his new album. Tiller also sings a few classics such as “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” on his new project.
“I was going through some things in my personal life and I started thinking about what it would be like to spend Christmas alone,” Bryson said when speaking with ESSENCE on what inspired him to create a Christmas album this year. “[I was] just like, ‘Man, I don’t want to spend Christmas alone,'” Bryson continued.
“I’ve spent Christmas alone before my past and I remember that those times I did felt really eerie in a way and just weird,” the recording artist shared. “I was watching Christmas movies and next to a Christmas tree and it was a weird day. And I was like, ‘I can’t even fathom what it would be like to do that this year.’ So I started making a song about it and just writing about it, how I felt. And man, I [said], ‘You know what? I’m going to make a Christmas album.'”
Fans can hear Bryson Tiller sing with his daughter on his new album when they pick up a copy of A Different Christmas, which in available on digital platforms and in music stores nationwide.
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