Chris Brown's "Heartbreak On A Full Moon" dropped a year ago today.
Chris Brown released his eighth studio album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon a year ago today. The double-disc project served up 40 tracks including singles like "Pills & Automobiles," "Party," "Questions" and "Privacy." Breezy is often prideful of the work he puts in, and he's previously expressed his belief that Heartbreak deserves a GRAMMY. Whether or not that happens will be determined at the top of next year, but for now, Breezy could celebrate the fact that his latest album has become a staple on the Billboard 200 for the past year.
Chris Brown's Heartbreak On A Full Moon has officially spent one year on the Billboard 200. The album debuted at number three on the chart, making it his ninth consecutive album to debut in the top 10 on the Billboard 200. However, it hasn't maintained that high a position. It's currently sitting at number 91 after dropping three spots 88 last week.
While it's unsure when we could expect him to release a new solo album, he does have a few collaborative projects in the works. At the beginning of the year, he announced plans to release a joint project with Lucas Joyner. The two linked up for the track, "Stranger Things" which served as the first single off the project. Rich The Kid also announced that he and Breezy have a joint project on the way that they recorded during the "Heartbreak On A Full Moon" tour where RTK served as an opener.