American singer Chris Brown has released his new 45-track double album entitled ‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon’.

The album, which is Brown’s eighth, has a play time of two hours 40 minutes.

The singer featured artistes such as Dej Loaf, Lil Yachty, Usher, Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, Kodak Black, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Jhene Aiko, and R Kelly.

“For me I think about everything that I went through. Whether it be certain substance songs that I feel lack in our genre of music. Even real songs,” Chris said about the album.

“With this album I wanted to capture all basis of who my audience liked. What songs they could actually identify with so more R&B my girl fans love it, they gone have it. More pop you going to have it, but it still gon’ by my essence, and me not trying to culture vulture or take anybodies style.

“More of the album that you see is singles now, is more of the collabs. When you listen to the albums, it’s more in-depth about me. So you get 40 songs, so I wanted to show people that ‘hey man why can’t we all push ourselves to make 45 bangers’.”

‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon’ was produced by A1, Deko, Prince Chrishan, Richie Souf, Yung Berg, Tariq Beats, among others.

See the album tracklist below:

1. Lost & Found
2. Privacy
3. Juicy Booty
4. Questions
5. Heartbreak on a Full Moon*
6. Roses
7. Confidence
8. Rock Your Body
9. Tempo
10. Handle It
11. Sip
12. Everybody Knows
13. To My Bed
14. Hope You Do
15. This Ain’t
16. Pull Up
17. Party
18. Sensei
19. Summer Breeze
20. No Exit
21. Pills & Automobiles
23. I Love Her
24. You Like
25. Nowhere
26. Otha Niggas
27. Tough Love
28. Paradise
29. Covered In You
30. Even
31. High End
32. On Me
33. Tell Me What To Do
34. Frustrated
35. Enemy
36. If You’re Down
37. Bite My Tongue
38. Run Away
39. This Way
40. Yellow Tape
41. Reddi Wip
42. Hangover (Unreleased)
43. Emotions
44. Only 4 Me
45. Grass Ain’t Greener

The singer’s last album ‘Royalty’ was released in 2015.



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