Rapper Bryson Tiller must have been feeling generous Thursday night, when he released his sophomore album, True To Self, one month before its scheduled release date.
Tiller previously released three tracks–“Honey,” “Get Mine” featuring Young Thug, and “Somethin Tells Me”–but only the latter made it only to the final album, which boasts 19 tracks.
No one seems particularly upset about the early gift from Tiller. Fellow rappers, friends, and fans on Twitter congratulated Tiller throughout the night and the next morning. Even Apple Music tweeted him a couple fire emoji.
BROOOOOO WHAT!!! TILLER SZN LETS GOOOOOO— Karim (@karimtbe) May 26, 2017
Oh. Shit. This is about to be super dope ✔️— J Buzzi (@j_buzzi) May 26, 2017
The album is streaming on both Apple Music and Spotify. If you preordered the album on Apple, however, you might experience some technical difficulties. Make sure to delete the pre-release from your library and add it again, according to users on Twitter.
For some reason it does that if you already have it. Click on track 18 and then hit the next button. Apple Music is iffy sometimes— MJ (@iGotRiceee) May 26, 2017
On top of the album release, Tiller also put out a new video for “Somethin Tells Me.”