Just two years after unveiling a whopping 45 songs aboard his 2017 album, ‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon,’ R&B bad boy Chris Brown revealed the effort would be followed by a 32-track project – ‘INDIGO.’
The latter, which is decorated with appearances from the likes of Lil Wayne, Tyga, Trey Songz, Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber, Tank, H.E.R., G-Eazy, Drake, and many more, may have been released in June, but is still enjoying top 10 success on the Billboard 200 thanks to support it’s receiving on the singer’s Stateside ‘INDIGOAT’ tour (click here for dates).
To ensure that success continues throughout the rest of the year, Brown took to Instagram a month ago to tease intent to lengthen the album to 42 songs (as we reported here). Now, much to fan
confusion and horror delight, he’s making good on his word.
See the announcement inside:
While the September 26 announcement was not accompanied with reports of an official release date, it’s rumored to be dropping before or near Halloween. As we await news on when ‘INDIGO: Extended’ will be extended to digital shelves, we also await updates on Brown’s multiple joint projects that are scheduled for 2020 release.
It appears the 30-year-old shows no sign of slowing and no sign of delaying the collection of those RIAA plaques.