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Bryson Tiller announces self-titled fourth studio album with AI-inspired short

Bryson Tiller in a hazmat suit.
Bryson Tiller. (Instagram/brysontiller)

Bryson Tiller gets maximum points for creativity for the announcement of his fourth studio album.


The "Don't" singer took to Instagram on Monday to unveil the eponymous project, which he said will be dropping on April 5.


First, he shared a short video in which he plays a scientist who has created a new version of himself using artificial intelligence.


"Looking forward to showing the world what he’s capable of," Tiller captioned the video, referring to the AI-version of himself in the third person.



In a series of follow-up posts, Tiller then revealed the album's cover art, which features AI-Tiller on the front, and announced a tour of North America that will run from May 5 to September 21.


On Tuesday, he then announced the immediate release of a new song, "Calypso," which serves the second single from "Bryson Tiller" following "Whatever She Wants," which dropped back in February.



Tiller's most recent studio album, "Anniversary," was released in 2020.


Including the songs "Always Forever," "Outta Time" featuring Drake, and "Still Yours" with Big Sean, the project debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has since been certified silver by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).


Sean was among those to congratulate Tiller on the announcement of his new album.


"Lets fuckin go bro!" the "Blessings" rapper, who has a new album of his own on the horizon, commented on Tiller's initial video.



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