Believe it or not but Chris Brown’s much-delayed eighth studio album “Heartbreak on a Full Moon” has finally been released. We kid you not. Chris and RCA released the 45-track project today on digital platforms. Usually albums are released on Fridays but RCA for some reason made an exception for Chris’ “Heartbreak on a Full Moon”. Why? Most likely because they didn’t care. They received Chris’ request to drop his new album on Halloween Day 2017 and most likely said “ok, whatever, the album’s going to flop anyway so we don’t care about the day. Release it and bye”. Rumor has it this could be Chris’ last work with RCA. We’ll see! But just so you see how unserious this album is, just pay attention to the number of songs on the tracklist. 45 songs. The majority of them we had already heard because they had either been officially released or leaked. It almost feels like RCA allowed Chris to release a 45-track album so it could be his final farewell (saying goodbye to RCA). What do you think?
Stream Chris’ “Heartbreak on a Full Moon” album, featuring collaborations with Jhené Aiko, R. Kelly, Dej Loaf, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane, Usher, A1, Yo Gotti, Kodak Black, Future and Young Thug below.
VEVO: Listen to all songs of the album on YouTube.