Chris Brown’s new double album 'Heartbreak On A Full Moon,' is finally here after months of anticipation and small setbacks.
Stuffed with an impressive 45 songs, the album is on par and in many ways surpasses 2015’s “Royalty,” featuring guest appearances from Lil Yachty, Usher, R. Kelly, Future, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Kodak Black, Ty Dolla $ign, Verse Simmonds, Jhene Aiko, Dej Loaf, and others. Notably the minds behind its production include the likes of Prince Chrishan, A1, Deko, Richie Souf, Yung Berg, Tariq Beats, and more.In light of this Chris has been able to feature a mixture of different genres from pop to R&B.
Chris Brown has stated that the album contains a “certain substance” that he feels the current music lacks, and that with this album he hopes to capture the all basis of from R&B to Pop while remaining honest to his essence. An example of this can be seen in “Questions” which was released in July as an up-tempo dance-hall song, with a bouncy island beat samples Kevin Lyttle’s 2003 “Turn Me On”. Though the song lacks any depth in regards to its themes and messages, it’s a staple of Chris Brown’s developing and highly popular style; gaining large amounts of attention across social media and streaming services.
Alongside this previously released single, the singers eighth studio album has arrived including the previously released tracks, 'Everybody Knows,' 'Pull Up' and 'Hope You Do' with an overall run-time of nearly 2 hours 40 minutes to listen from start to finish. The whole album could represent a turning point for Chris Brown, who recently unveiled a tell - all Netflix documentary which addressed his previous relationship with Pop superstar Rihanna.
The physical drops on the 3rd of November, but you can stream Heartbreak On A Full Moon on Spotify below: