UPDATE: January 14, 2016 4:27 P.M. EST
Karen Civil tweeted that Michael B. Jordan will no longer be directing Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange” music video.
Move over, Ryan Coogler. Here comes Michael B. Jordan.
Louisville artist Bryson Tiller made major waves after his single “Don’t” blew up on Soundcloud. Fast forward a few months, and everyone had T R A P S O U L fever. As 2016 kicks off, Bryson’s gearing up to hit the road on his first headlining tour, as well as readying a few more music videos from his acclaimed 2014 project.
In a recent interview with Apple Music, Bryson revealed Creed actor Michael B. Jordan will be directing his “Exchange” music video.
“Well, Michael B. Jordan is actually cool. He’s like the homie. I’m actually talking to him. He reached out to me a while ago and just showing love for the music after Trapsoul dropped,” he said.
“He just said he wanted to work on some stuff with me so we’re actually gonna work together to do the video for ‘Exchange.’ He’s gonna direct it. I don’t know when we’re shooting that, though. Hopefully, in the next few months,” he continued.
You can catch Bryson in concert on his “T R A P S O U L” tour, which kicks off at the end of the month.
SOURCE: Apple Music | PHOTO CREDIT: RCA Records
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