Beyonce's upcoming fourth studio album '4' found its way onto the Internet yesterday (June 7), two weeks before its scheduled June 28th release date. Leak-victim Beyonce took to her Facebook page to address the unfortunate incident. "My music was leaked and while this is not how I wanted to present my new songs, I appreciate the positive response from my fans," she writes.
"When I record music I always think about my fans singing every note and dancing to every beat. I make music to make people happy and I appreciate that everyone has been so anxious to hear my new songs," B adds. Looks like Queen B is taking to the leak surprising well -- unlike disgruntled musicians like David Guetta, who hired a Pentagon investigator to get to the bottom of the leak of his latest single.
While many Internet-goers may have already gotten their hands on the leaked album, there are still additional tracks that have yet to be heard and Target will reportedly carry an exclusive version of '4' in their stores.
Watch Beyonce's 'Run the World (Girls)' video.