Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon

Years in the making, Chris Brown finally released his tenth studio album Heartbreak on a Full Moon.

It has undoubtedly been a long time coming, the 28 year old singer has been releasing singles from Heartbreak on a Full Moon for more than a year. Prior to midnight’s digital release, Chris Brown had already released enough songs to complete an album, but that pails in comparison to 45 tracks that comprise Heartbreak on a Full Moon.

The multitalented Virginia native left nothing to be desired with this album, covering every quintessential Chris Brown sound and adding some new ones. More than two and a half hours long, Chris Brown took the time to remind the world why he is Chris Brown. The feature credits for this album look more like the V.I.P list for a party and the production credits follow suit.

Chris Brown received ten platinum plaques in 2017, exclusive of Heartbreak on a Full Moon and took to social media encouraging his fans to make it debut at number one. Apparently Team Breezy is not to be doubted, as Heartbreak on a Full Moon was number one on ITunes preordered albums and as of this morning, the most downloaded album, beating out Kelly Clarkson.

Heartbreak on a Full Moon is without question Chris Brown’s best and most versatile album yet. It’s available on all media streaming platforms today and hard copies will be available Friday, November 3.

Heartbreak on a Full Moon

Chris Brown, Future and Young Thug are High End

As music megastar Chris Brown prepares for the Halloween release of his upcoming album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon, he gave fans a treat overnight. In celebration of Friday the 13th, the 28 year old premiered his new single “High End” and it’s visual.

Breezy, Future and Young Thug became a three headed monster of this ode to the good life. The song is simple in concept: three of today’s most prominent artists bragging about their high priced lifestyles. Nothing like the singles Chris Brown has previously released for his eighth studio album, “High End” is a reminder that Chris Brown’s creativity knows no boundaries.

Lying somewhere between creepy and creative, the visual is everything, but simple. Well dressed spirits, tarantulas and Chris Brown in a coffin are the top of the iceberg, for this mini movie, co-directed by Chris Brown himself. Spiff TV is also credited with directing the very short film that is rated R, due to some rather disturbing images. On a less frightening note: Teyanna Taylor and Trey Songz are among the famous faces in the visual and it wouldn’t be a Breezy without a dance sequence, right?

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