Kendrick Lamar Released His Album Early

So much for Monday morning sucking. 

Kendrick Lamar gave us all — including Taylor Swift — a reason to wake up early this morning by dropping his To Pimp a Butterfly album a whole week early. What have we done to deserve this divine pleasure?

Actually, nothing. The early release is supposedly down to a screw-up by Interscope Records, USA Today reports. Top Dawg Entertainment label head Anthony Tiffith, who reps Lamar, has been tweeting angrily about the release, saying "someone gots 2 pay 4 this mistake." We're sure someone will — but in the meantime, can we just say thanks to this accident-prone angel?
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The album is now available to buy on iTunes. Alternatively, you can listen to tracks like "King Kunta" or "Blacker The Berry" on Spotify. Speaking of Spotify, its number-one nemesis/Kendrick Lamar wannabe bestie Taylor Swift was one of the first to share her excitement over the album's early release. 

Ditto, girl. Ditto.