Chris Brown also teased a new song off the project, as well.
Chris Brown is a polarizing figure in pop culture. It's been that way for a few years now. However, despite the controversy that surrounds his name, he's undoubtedly one of the most talented artists of our generation. He's proved that he's capable of singing, dancing, acting, painting and rapping to an extraordinary degree. Throughout 2017, he's been dropping hit after hit and gearing up to drop his eighth studio album. Now that we're inching closer to the release date of Heartbreak On A Full Moon, he's beginning to reveal more about the project.
Chris Brown took to Twitter today to unveil the album art for Heartbreak On A Full Moon. As opposed to posting the album art on his social media accounts, he dropped a little visual trailer that pieces the album art together during a 20-second clip before fully unveiling it. The cover art takes the albums title very literally. It consists of a pink moon with a graphic of an actual heart organ on top of it. During the clip, he also teases another song off the album, presumably the title track.
While Breezy's gearing up to drop Heartbreak On A Full Moon, he's already given us a glimpse of what to expect and it's looking like it may be his best project to date. With over 30 songs on the tracklist, Heartbreak is slated to be a double disc effort. He's already dropped three singles off of the project, "Questions," "Privacy" and "Party." Unfortunately, the promotional single and summer anthem "Pills & Automobiles" isn't featured on the tracklist that's been floating around. The project is slated for October 31st, so get ready for it.
Aside from working on his own music, Chris Brown's been on a pretty steady stream of guest appearances lately. Last week, two videos he did the hooks for dropped, "Post & Delete" with Zoey Dollaz and "Perfect" with Dave East. Along with those, he also assisted Fabolous and Velous on the "Flipmode Remix" at the tail end of the summer.
With all the work he's been putting in, we're positive his next album won't disappoint.