Beyonce's full album, Renaissance has leaked in Europe - 2 days before the official release date.
Renaissance CDs are already being sold in music shops in France.
Twitter users posted photos of the CDs being sold in France and The Netherlands.
Bey's record label is sending cease & desists and take down notices to blogs. The songs are scrubbed from YouTube as quickly as they are uploaded.
The "Break My Soul" singer had hoped her album wouldn't leak before the midnight release date on Friday.
Beyonce's camp is upset over the leak and the fact that bootleg CDs are being sold without their authorization.
"Creating this album allowed me a place to dream and to find escape during a scary time for the world," she said in a lengthy statement on her Instagram account. "It allowed me to feel free and adventurous in a time when little else was moving."
The response to Beyonce's first single, "Break My Soul" was lukewarm when it dropped in the US on June 20.
Renaissance includes 16 tracks featuring collaborations with Grace Jones, Drake and Nile Rodgers.