Jason Derulo's fourth studio album, Everything Is 4, is currently set for a June 2 release. But, as has been the trend over the past few years (unless you're Taylor Swift), his album is already streaming in its entirety online — which means you can go ahead and listen to it a full week early.

Speaking about the album, Derulo told PEOPLE, "The album is the story of my life told so vividly that I feel that everyone can see themselves in these stories. It signifies maturation, growth and evolution. I am confident that anyone who listens will come away thrilled with the quality of the songs."

The album is more feature-heavy than Derulo's past albums, with Jennifer Lopez on the track "Try Me," Meghan Trainor on "Painkiller" and an unlikely joining of forces with Keith Urban and Stevie Wonder on the country-infused "Broke." The inclusion of artists prominent in different genres opens the album up to the risk of sounding disjointed, but Everything Is 4 manages to remain consistent across the board — at least upon a shallow first listen.

The full stream follows the release of the album's infectious lead single "Want to Want Me" -- which, by the way, is a contender in PopCrush's Song of Summer 2015 poll. If you feel particularly passionate about it -- and you should! -- you can vote to see it advance to the next round.

You can check out a full stream of Everything Is 4 over at MTV.

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