With Chris Brown‘s latest album ‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon’ the star assembled some of the UK’s fastest rising R&B creatives to forge a 45-track LP built to woo and wow his fans.
This week, he is to learn that his decision to uplift British talent has spelled epic news for the album in the market.
Find out below…
The set soared into the Official Album’s Chart’s top ten in its opening week and #1 on the Official R&B Album’s Chart thanks to the support it mustered from Brown fans in the market.
Powered by bops built by EY, Kesington Kross and Daecolm, the album becomes Brown’s sixth top ten entry on the album’s chart and pushed the total number of weeks his LPs have spent in the space to 12.
Where it would have debuted without streams? #14.
The very first Brown project to crack the Top Ten was his second release ‘Exclusive‘ which peaked at #3, followed by ‘F.A.M.E‘ which peaked at #10 and ‘Fortune’ which outsold every single album in the country within its release week and claimed the top spot.
His lowest charting set? ‘Graffiti’ which made it no higher than #55.