Justin Bieber's 'Purpose' Album Leaks Online

Zoey Grossman
Justin Bieber photographed on Oct. 14, 2015 at Quixote in West Hollywood, Calif.

Justin Bieber's Purpose album has arrived ahead of schedule. Thanks to an Internet leak, the Billboard cover star's third full-length studio effort can be streamed online as of Wednesday (Nov. 11) afternoon. 

The 19-track offering contains the Hot 100 hits "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?" The 21-year-old singer also tapped some shiny names for special contributions, including Nas ("We Are"), Halsey ("The Feeling") and Travi$ Scott ("No Sense").

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As expected, the Bieber hive has lost their marbles, according to their timelines. Some are even going into isolation.

Others are taking a stand against the leak, especially after Walmart reportedly put the album on shelves earlier this week.

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Either way, the world will wrap their ears around it when Purpose officially lands this Friday, Nov. 13. 

Billboard has also reached out to Bieber's rep for comment.


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