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We already brought you part one of our list of 15 things you probably did not know about Bryson Tiller, and now we’re back with part two! Check out eight more riveting facts about the singer and musician that you definitely (probably) did not know below. You might be surprised by what you find out!

Number Eight: He Is a Nerd. Tiller has openly called himself a “culture nerd.” He says he appreciates everything from video games and indie films to anime and comics. All of the culture he surrounds himself with helps him to diversify his sound.

Number Seven: He Likes Kehlani. Tiller has said that he supports Kehlani, who is another young female artist in the industry. He says that she reminds him of himself, and he also likes that she appreciates Star Wars like he does.

Number Six: He Sees Kanye West as a Father Figure. Tiller has called West “a father,” and he finds the way West lives his life very inspiring. In an interview, he said, “…I think [Kanye’s] mom or grandma told him he could do anything and I believe that too. I feel like I can do anything.”

Number Five: He Wants to Inspire People. When asked how he wants to change the world, Tiller said that he really wants to inspire people. Specifically, he says that he wants to inspire people to change the world. He even said, “I asked God to make me immortal so I can do it.”

Number Four: He Made “Don’t” on a $600 Budget. Tiller Tweeted that he was given $600 to make “Don’t,” and he did it.

Number Three: His Life Has Undergone Some Major Changes Since His Success. He says that he used to sleep in his car, but now he is on the road a lot more, and he is able to do what he wants – make music – for a living.

Number Two: He Doesn’t Have One Home Right Now. Tiller is originally from Kentucky, but right now he says he is basically living out of a suitcase. He says he has a little place in Miami, but since he is on the road so often, he doesn’t stay there.

Number One: Sylvester Stallone Is a Fan. It’s true! Stallone tweeted one of Tiller’s songs. Tiller said he was very excited about that.

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