The world is anticipating Chris Brown’s latest album Heartbreak on a Full Moon, which is set to be released on October 31st. This will be Brown’s eighth studio album and it will be a little bit different from the others. Heartbreak on a Full Moon will debut as a double album with a 45-song track list, the longest album of Brown’s career.
Since May of 2016, the Grammy award-winning singer had been hinting at the release of a new album and gave fans eight songs to enjoy in the meantime. “Party” featuring Usher and Gucci Mane,”Questions”, “Privacy”, “Grass is Greener”,”Pills and Automobiles” featuring Kodak Black, A Boogie wit da hoodie, and Yo Gotti, and he released three more off of his highly anticipated album at Midnight; “Pull Up”, Hope You Do, and “Everybody Knows” are all supposed to be on the album.
With “Privacy” and Grass is Greener” already reaching platinum status.
Brown has been hard at work to make this release one of the best ones yet.In a recent interview with the Rap-Up, Brown explained the importance of this album; “With this album, I wanted to capture all bases of who my audience like and what songs they can actually identify with,” he said. “More R&B, all my girl fans love it, you gon’ have it. More pop, you gon’ have it. But it’s still gonna be my essence.” He recently performed at the Tidal X concert at Barclay’s Center and held a pop-up show for fans in New York City, at Manhattan’s Center’s Grand Ballroom.