Robert Glasper wants music fans to let go in Grammy award-winning pianist and composer dropped a surprise album, Let Go, in collaboration with Apple Music.

“My whole career, everybody’s been saying my music is meditative,” Glasper said of Let Go in Apple Music’s announcement. “People say they study to my music, pray to my music, do yoga to my music; they just zone out. People have wanted me to do this for a long time. I wouldn’t call it the ‘meditation project’ or nothing like that, but it’s something you can put on that helps you find your center. It’s just something that quiets the world and allows you to see what’s within.”

This exclusive Glasper deal is a part of Apple Music’s Juneteenth mandate in commemoration of the abolishment of enslavement in the American South and their overall strategy to put more focus into amplifying jazz music on their platform.

“At Apple Music, we understand that jazz is not only foundational to Black music, but all popular music. So making sure we lean in and do more with jazz had to be a priority,” Apple Music’s global editorial head of hip-hop and R&B Ebro Darden said in a statement.

Glasper’s last release was 2022’s Black Radio III along with a Christmas album late last year, In Christmas.