Chris Brown Releases Three New Tracks off ‘Heartbreak on a Full Moon’ Album
With less than a week until the release of Chris Brown's highly-anticipated new album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, the Virginia crooner is dropping three more records from the project.
The new joints are titled "Pull Up," "Hope You Do" and "Everybody Knows." All three tracks have a similar trap ballad vibe. The latter single samples Donell Jones’ hit, “Where I Want to Be.”
Recently, CB has been very vocal about where he thinks he stands among today's artists. "Take it how you want but due to the fact I have to defend myself for winning is a damn shame!!" the singer captioned a post on Instagram. "IMA FINALLY SAY THIS SHIT... IM THE BEST OUT OF ALL THESE ARTIST AND I WILL NOT ALLOW U BROKE FOLLOWING NEED A HOOK FROM CHRIS BROWN SO YALL RECORDS POP TO SAY OTHERWISE! YALL BETTTER START SHOWING SOME FUCKING RESPECT AND ACT RIGHT!"
He added, "IM THE FUCKING BEST! SO DO YOURSELF A FAVOR, ACTAULLY GET A WORK ETHIC AND GRIND BECAUSE IMA OUT-HUSTLE, RAP, AND SING BETTER THEN ALL YOU SCARED INDUSTRY NIGGAS! I been here before a lot y’all niggas even knew about real music! NOT NAY ONE OF ANY OF YALL CAN SEE ME AND YOU ACTUALLY TRULY KNOW IT!."
Chris' new 45-song LP will feature Kodak Black, Lil Yachty, Ty Dolla $ign, Yo Gotti, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Jhene Aiko, R. Kelly and more, and include the previously released singles "Privacy," "Party" featuring Gucci Mane and Usher, and the Young Thug and Future-assisted track, "High End."
Listen to Chris Brown's new songs below.
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