The album was slated originally slated to drop June 23.

By Abby Hassler

Bryson Tiller doesn’t want his fans to wait another month to hear his new record. Though originally slated for a June 23 release, the R&B singer dropped his 19-track second studio album, True to Self, today (May 26).

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“I know we said June 23rd… but i say we Set it Off Tonight!! ALBUM OUT NOW” he wrote in a tweet early this morning. This album follows his 2015 debut record, Trapsoul.

“With this new album, I feel like I’m a lot more mature, and my lyrics are a lot more mature than they were before,” Tiller told Billboard last year about the new LP. “[From] growing up and realizing things about myself – like I said on 502 Come Up: I’m just trying to get a lot better. I feel on this project I’m painting the picture for people to just sit back and listen and try to visualize everything that I’m saying – that’s my biggest goal.”

Listen to True to Self below.

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