Bryson Tiller is having a huge 4th quarter, thanks to the emergence of “Don’t,” which is now a Top 40 hit, and his beloved major label debut, Trap Soul, which has spawned popular records like “Exchange” and “Sorry Not Sorry.”

With “Self-Righteous,” a new release that Tiller uploaded to Soundcloud this morning, the Louisville, Kentucky native looks to continue dominating the R&B lane to end the year. The record is produced by Ayo & Keyz, who are responsible for “Open Interlude” on Trap Soul. In fact, the groove sounds as if it would fit seamlessly into Trap Soul‘s tracklist, as Tiller sing-raps his way through the moody instrumental.