Chris Brown has released his 45-song album 'Heartbreak on a Full Moon' - and other artists are going crazy for the tracks.
Chris Brown has dropped his 45-song album.
The 28-year-old singer released his eighth studio LP 'Heartbreak on a Full Moon' on Spotify over Halloween (31.10.17) but it'll take fans almost three hours to listen to all of it as he's piled on the huge number of tracks - the equivalent of around four albums - and pulled in the likes of Usher, R. Kelly, Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty and Jhene Aiko for collaborations.
The album, which will be available on CD from November 3, came just hours after he unveiled three songs 'Pull Up, 'Everybody Knows' and 'Hope You Do'.
And, although the 'Privacy' hitmaker seems relatively pleased with his surprise release, other artists are puzzled by the fact he's brought out 45 songs at once.
Grime artist JME took to Twitter to say: ''I normally go for a drive to listen to a new album. But my car might run out of charge fam. He done da mad ting. Bare riddims. (sic)''
Chris - who hasn't released an album since 2015's 'Royalty' -has previously opened up about his ambitions for double album, revealing he was able to get the ''vibe'' he wanted by combining feelings of ''nostalgia'' with ''individuality'' whilst in the studio.
He said: ''I thought 'Heartbreak On a Full Moon' was a depiction of what my soul wanted to say. It's funny because we're doing a double album. I've done so many records, but all of the records, to me, are personal favorites and I feel like it gets what I want to say across. It gives a vibe. You get nostalgia or you get a sense of individuality.''
Chris Brown - 'Heartbreak on a Full Moon' tracklist:
1. Lost & Found
3. Juicy Booty Feat. Jhené Aiko and R. Kelly
5. Heartbreak on a Full Moon
8. Rock Your Body
10. Handle It Feat. DeJ Loaf and Lil Yachty
12. Everybody Knows
13. To My Bed
14. Hope You Do
15. This Ain't
16. Pull Up
17. Party Feat. Usher and Gucci Mane
18. Sensei Feat. A1
19. Summer Breeze
20. No Exit
21. Pills & Automobiles Feat. Yo Gotti, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Kodak Black
22. Hurt the Same
23. I Love Her
24. You Like
26. Other Ni**as
27. Tough Love
29. Covered in You
31. High End Feat. Future and Young Thug
32. On Me
33. Tell Me What to Do
36. If You're Down
37. Bite My Tongue
38. Run Away
39. This Way
40. Yellow Tape
41. Reddi Whip
44. Only 4 Me Feat. Ty Dolla $ign and Verse Simmonds
45. Grass Ain't Greener
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