Adele’s 25 album has been leaked online just three days ahead of its release date.
Two minute clips of each of the 11 songs were posted online by London record store Juno Records.
The link has now been removed, but not before plenty of Adele fans rushed to listen to the tracks.
Meanwhile, Adele’s reps were forced to deny that American Target stores had been selling the album early after someone tweeted a picture of what appeared to be the new CD.
Just copped that new Adele album at Target ? retweet if you want me to leak it pic.twitter.com/XOx1wabxcA
— Florence Welch (@HausofFrancis) November 17, 2015
“@HausofFrancis Just copped that new Adele album at Target retweet if you want me to leak it,” the post read.
“The Target sales are not true,” they later said.
Adele’s album is set for an official release this Friday, which will coincide with her BBC Music special.
News of the leak comes just days after she teased a brand new track. The British star debuted a snippet from When We Were Young, taken from 25, during a recent interview with 60 Minutes Australia.