Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly album was released yesterday (March 15), nine days prior to its scheduled March 24 release date.

Today, the second major label project from the Compton, California rapper was removed from iTunes.

Top Dawg, TDE’s CEO, says that he is working on getting the issue resolved regarding his flagship artists’ new album.

“Working on getting the iTunes link fixed smh,” Top Dawg wrote on his twitter account.

Top Dawg and Kendrick Lamar’s tweets regarding the early release of and subsequent removal of To Pimp A Butterfly are as follows:

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