As Chris Brown gears up for the release of his upcoming 45-song album, Heartbreak on a Full Moonthe singer is now revealing he has hundreds more of unreleased tracks.

While a project with more than 40 songs may sound like a lot, it's nothing for Breezy, who keeps 800 unreleased songs on his phone. Speaking with Hot 97, the singer said, "Right now, it's been better because I built a studio in my house. So, I never have leave. But for me, on my phone right now, I have 800 songs that nobody's heard."

Brown went on to say, "Not bragging but my work ethic only allows me to stay creative. I love music in itself so me being able to create at an abundant rate, for me I just think it's a blessing."

Elsewhere in the interview, Brown discussed his recent documentary -- Welcome to My Life -- and revealed why he felt compelled to talk about the Rihanna assault incident. Although the singer wouldn't say if he spoke to Rihanna before the movie's release, he did say he felt it was important for him to discuss why the incident happened.

"I think with this film, [the director] just embodied what my fans respect me for and them getting to know me a lot more," he said. "I just let it be natural, be real, let it flow from the heart but at the same time, just being a man about everything in it's entirety and who I am as an artist now."

Up next for Brown, the singer's upcoming album will drop on Oct. 31. The project will include the previously released songs, "Pills and Automobiles," "Privacy," "Party" and "High End." Guest appearances on Heartbreak on a Full Moon will include, Jhene Aiko, R. Kelly, DeJ Loaf, Lil Yachty, Usher, Gucci Mane, Future, Young Thug, Ty Dolla $ign and more.

Head to the 4:21 mark in the video below to see Brown revealing how many unreleased songs he has on his phone.

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