Chris Brown has been a busy, busy man. The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, currently taking on the States with his ‘The Party Tour,’ is also prepping fans for the release of his 8th solo album.
With the working title, ‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon,’ the set has already been preceded by the critically acclaimed songs ‘Party,’ ‘Privacy,’ and ‘Grass Ain’t Greener.’ Now that fans have had a healthy taste of what the crooner is set to serve, he took to Twitter to unveil news that the trio of tunes don’t even touch the surface of the number of tracks on deck to line ‘Heartbreak’s official list.
Sending his beloved ‘Team Breezy’ into a frenzy, see the official announcement regarding the singer’s next set:
— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) May 1, 2017
Granted, there is no guarantee all 40 tracks will make the double album by the time it hits shelves on its reported June 2017 release date. But, it would certainly be a welcomed departure from most of today’s offerings that usually max their respective LP cuts at 10-13 tracks per album.
Roll on ‘Heartbreak.’ Keep it locked to TGJ for more information on this new project as it develops.