Chris Brown drops new single with Future and Young Thug, confirms 45-track album
Forty. Five. Songs.
Team Breezy rejoice, Chris Brown is really releasing a 45-song album this month.
Even with a leak of over 40 unauthorized songs over the summer, the singer remains undeterred as he preps his massive album yet, Heartbreak On a Full Moon. Set for a Halloween release, Brown’s forthcoming set features a whopping 45 songs and is backed by the singles “Grass Ain’t Greener,” “Party,” “Privacy,” “Questions,” and “Pills & Automobiles.” Three of the mentioned songs have already received RIAA certifications, with “Party” achieving platinum while “Grass Ain’t Greener” and “Privacy” earning gold.
Keeping the hit machine operating, Brown added a brand new single to the mix this week, titled “High End” featuring Future and Young Thug.
Brown’s double album will be available for pre-order on Friday (October 13).