It’s all about the element of surprise. Bryson Tiller caught the internets off guard with the early release of his second album True To Self. What prompted the young star to make the change remains unclear, but the early push is possibly a part of his rollout. Just as quickly as the new music arrived, so did the visual for “Somethin’ Tells Me,” which is highlighted in the Saturday edition of the DX Digest.

Additionally, A$AP Rocky replaces Kanye West in the video version of Mary J. Blige’s Strength of a Woman intro “Love Yourself,” Aminé may have another hit record, and more. Check out the aforementioned songs and videos below.

BrySon Tiller – “Somethin’ Tells Me”

As if surprising his fans with his True To Self sophomore LP a month early wasn’t good enough, Bryson Tiller delivers a visual for “Somethin’ Tells Me.” Directed by Elijah Steen, we see the Louisville, Kentucky, native man the camera during a photo shoot. Of course, his subjects of choice are a group of beautiful women.

Mary J. Blige f. A$AP Rocky – “Love Yourself (Remix)”

Mary J. Blige commissioned Kanye West to help her kick off her latest album, Strength of a Woman, with a bang. However, she goes a different direction for the visual, which features an unheard guest verse from A$AP Rocky.

Aminé f. Kehlani – “Heebiejeebies”

A piano-driven melody takes Aminé to the promise land on “Heebiejeebies,” where he connects with Kehlani. The twosome approaches the track duet-style, as they sing about the feeling of meeting a new love interest.

Wiz Khalifa – “Pull Up With A Zip”

Never too far away from a sizable amount of marijuana, Wiz Khalifa delivers a quick visual for “Pull Up With A Zip” – his remix of SahBabii’s “Pull Up With A Stick.”

Cousin Stizz f. G-Eazy – “Neimans Barneys”

It usually takes a new artist some time to find their stride. But when that moment happens, it’s all systems go. For proof, look no further than Cousin Stizz, the rising prospect out of Boston whose projects Suffolk County and MONDA garnered some early looks. His upcoming full-length release, One Night Only, is shaping up to be his best yet gauging from the Offset-assisted song “Headlock” and WondaGurl and Frank Dukes-produced “Jo Bros.” The third leak, “Neimans Barneys,” featuring G-Eazy, arrives today and it’s just as audibly pleasing. It’s produced by Dun Deal.

Mozzy & Gunplay – “Out Here Really”

As far as MCs speaking for the streets are concerned, Mozzy and Gunplay are two of the most captivating. Listeners who agree will be happy to learn of their upcoming joint project Dreadlocks & Headshots that releases June 2. Here’s the visual for “Out Here Really.”

Gunplay – “Patience”

It makes sense that a living legend would also be The Plug. Gunplay blesses his fans with the second leak from the upcoming project in the form of “Patience.” The Miami rap veteran displays his unsung wordplay over production with a cinematic feel.

Denzel Curry – “Equalizer [demo]”

Miami’s Denzel Curry is back with a dosage of audible anarchy on “Equalizer [demo].” It’s unclear why the number 13 is significant to whatever he’s working on, but it’s appeared in this artwork and his previously released “Hate Government [demo].”

Banks & Steelz (RZA & Paul Banks) – “Who Needs the World” Lyric Video

Operating under Banks & Steelz, RZA and Paul Banks let their new single, “Who Needs The World” marinate for a bit. Today, the duo drops a lyric video to support it.

Too $hort & Meter Mobb – “You Came To Party”

The Silicon Valley third season soundtrack features a club-friendly track from Too $hort & Meter Mobb titled “You Came To Party.” Don’t be surprised if this tune finds its way into one of the actual episodes.

Twista f. Cap 1 – “Baddest”

Rap veteran Twista promises a new album called Cook County, and offers the first single “Baddest.” It’s produced by Zaytoven and features Cap 1. The LP is set for a July 7 release.

Alex Wiley f. CRSN – “Pressure”

Chicagoan Alex Wiley has a knack for making his introspective rhymes palatable through his intricate flow. It’s this approach that makes his new record “Pressure” a shining moment. Co-produced by CRSN with CBASS, the beat is mellow and melodic. It also gives Wiley enough space to bend his delivery like an alchemist.