Chris Brown Hits Gold With “Heartbreak On A Full Moon”
Chris Brown’s eighth studio album “Heartbreak On A Full Moon” has officially went Gold. The album was certified by the RIAA on November 8, 2017 after an initial October 31, 2017 release date. This impressive feat only took 9 days to accomplish. “Heartbreak On A Full Moon” is Brown’s eighth studio album and featuring a 45 song track list. The album features lead singles “Grass Ain’t Greener,” “Privacy,” “Party,” and Pills & Automobiles. “Heartbreak On A Full Moon” features artists such as Verse Simmonds, Yo Gotti, PnB Rock, Kodak Black, Ty Dolla Sign and A1.
Brown originally released the albums first single “Grass Ain’t Greener” in 2015. That single went Gold as well. The albums following singles “Privacy” and “Party” both went Platinum. Brown is currently on a hot streak and the album has been receiving praise for it’s content and quality due to the albums length. Possibilities are endless at this point for the talented crooner. We look forward to hearing more amazing music from Chris Brown in the future.
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