Bryson Tiller Says DJ Khaled “Didn’t Care” About His Depression

Lyndon Abioye |

Bryson Tiller has collaborated with DJ Khaled a few times but says that he was depressed when they were working on “Ima Be Alright.”

Speaking to The Breakfast Club, Khaled says he told Khaled about his depression but the producer didn’t really seem to care that he was having a hard time.

“If you go listen to the song that I did for Khaled’s Major Key album, I told him before we did it. He was like, ‘Yo, I need a song.’ This is when I’m like super buzzing. I was like, ‘I’ma just be honest with you, Khaled, I’m depressed right now. I got a lot going on: lawsuits, people threatening me back in my hometown, all types of stuff,'” he said.

“He was like, ‘Nah, man, just put it in the music.’ Every time I listen to [‘Ima Be Alright’] I cringe so hard because I’m like, ‘Man, this is not who I am.’ He eventually ended up bringing me ‘Wild Thoughts.’”

He added: “He didn’t really care,” he continued later adding that “‘Put it in music’ is not always the best thing. Don’t get me wrong, it works. I hate when I’m going through some sh-t and then I gotta go be [regular].”

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