Surprise! Kendrick Lamar blessed the world with an early album release. His highly anticipated album, To Pimp A Butterfly, wasn’t scheduled to be released until next week. However, he pulled a Beyoncé on Sunday night and tweeted the link a little after midnight.
Apparently, the early was release was a mishap by Interscope Records according to Top Dawg Entertainment. The label head, Anthony Tiffith, who represents Lamar, took to twitter to express this “accident.”
“I would like 2 personally thank @Interscope for (expletive) up our release … Somebody gots 2 pay 4 this mistake !!! This is the kraziest (expletive) ever. I will deal with BS later … let’s focus on the album.”
The album is now available on iTunes and Spotfiy. There’s a clean and explicit version for the sixteen-track masterpiece, including his first single “The Blacker The Berry.” Stream the album below: