Adele’s highly anticipated album “25” has leaked online three days ahead of its release, according to media reports.
Two-minute snippets of the album briefly appeared online when a U.K. music retailer accidentally listed the album on its website ahead of the official release on Friday. The streams have since been taken down.
Reports of the album appearing on Target store shelves early have also popped up on social media, though the singer’s reps have since denied the early release, telling Billboard, “The Target sales are not true.”
The follow-up to the singer’s wildly popular 2011 release “21” is slated for a Nov. 20 release, with lead single “Hello” dominating the charts and logging a staggering 1.1 million sales in its first week alone.
“25” hits store shelves Friday, Nov. 20.