If the past three songs released off Chris Brown's forthcoming 45-song album weren't enough of a tease from the project, then here's another track to get you ready for the drop.
Chris Brown shares "Everybody Knows," along with "Pull Up" and "Hope You Do," as a trio release from Heartbreak On A Fullmoon. It's the second release of three songs at once, from last week's "Confidence," "Tempo" and "Only 4 Me."
"Everybody Knows" is a smooth, easy listening track that hears Chris rapping about "being worth it" with the pre-hook being "you don't know how I feel."
Heartbreak On A Fullmoon will be available on October 31st with physical copies arriving in store on November 3rd.
Good things seem to be happening for Chris, as we previously posted the singer's lawsuit against him by Suge Knight has been dropped. Suge was suing Chris after he was shot a pre-VMA party hosted by the "Loyal" singer. Suge claimed the event did not have enough security, making Chris the one to blame. After Chris' legal team sent out a “nasty letter” to Suge's team letting him know he will for sure lose the case, where Chris planned on following up with a prosecution case, Suge's team backed out right away.
Hoes on hoes everyday
How you think I slipped up
All this she say, he say
Damnit I had enough