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Heartbreak on a Full Moon is the eighth studio album by American singer Chris Brown. The album is a double-disc, consisting of 45 tracks, and was released digitally October 31, 2017, and onto CD three days later by RCA Records.[2]

Heartbreak on a Full Moon
ChrisBrownHOAFM.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 31, 2017
Recorded2015–2017
Genre
Length158:33
LabelRCA
Producer
Chris Brown chronology
Royalty
(2015)
Heartbreak on a Full Moon
(2017)
Indigo
(2019)
Deluxe edition cover
Cuffing Season: 12 Days of Christmas
Cuffing Season: 12 Days of Christmas
Singles from Heartbreak on a Full Moon
  1. "Grass Ain't Greener"
    Released: May 5, 2016
  2. "Party"
    Released: December 16, 2016
  3. "Privacy"
    Released: March 24, 2017
  4. "Pills & Automobiles"
    Released: August 4, 2017
  5. "Questions"
    Released: August 16, 2017
  6. "Tempo"
    Released: February 6, 2018

The album was anticipated by several snippets, that hyped the project's release since early 2016, by six official singles; including "Grass Ain't Greener", "Party", "Privacy", "Pills & Automobiles", "Questions", and "Tempo", and the promotional single "High End".

One week after its release Heartbreak on a Full Moon was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for combined sales and album-equivalent units of over 500,000 units in the United States (in this case, 250,000 double album sets, which are double-counted by the RIAA), and Brown became the first R&B male artist that went gold in a week since Usher's Confessions in 2004.[3] The album has been certified Double Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Background and recording

Brown started working on and recording tracks for the album a few weeks before the release of Royalty, his seventh studio album, in late 2015. He continued working on the album during 2016 and 2017, also during both tours, One Hell of a Nite Tour and The Party Tour. Brown also built a recording studio inside of his home to record several songs for the album.[4][5][6] Brown said about the album that he wanted to outdo expectations, explaining the concept for the album during an interview for Complex. saying:

Artwork

The cover art for the album was announced on October 5, 2017. It consists of a pink moon with a graphic of an actual heart organ on top of it.[8] The pink moon represents the themes of the album, which are predominantly dedicated to girls, in love, breakup and sex songs, while the blood-dripping human heart, with the blood that dripping becomes ink, represents the heartbroken feelings of the singer, that are poured into the lyrics of the majority of the album.[9]

The cover art for Heartbreak on a Full Moon is the first Brown's artwork where the singer does not appear directly.

Release and promotion

On January 10, 2016 Brown had previewed 11 unreleased songs on his Periscope and Instagram profiles, showing him dancing and lip-synching these songs.[10][11][12] Later in January, February and March 2016, he released videos on his Instagram profile where he was lip-synching snippets from the unreleased songs "Sirens", "Lost and Found",[13] and "Dead Wrong".[14][15][16]

On April 27 through Twitter, he announced the release of a new single on May 5.[17][18][19] On May 3 he revealed that the single would be "Grass Ain't Greener", showing its cover art and announcing it as the first single from Heartbreak on a Full Moon.[20] The single was released on May 5, 2016, the day of Brown's 27th birthday, but it was originally not included on the album's previous track listing then was re-included on the official tracklist as the last track when the album was available for pre-order.[21]

In November and December 2016, he released videos on his Instagram profile where he was lip-synching snippets from other unreleased songs: "For Me",[22] "Post & Delete",[23][24] and "Yellow Tape".[25][26]

On December 16, 2016, he released the second official single from the album, "Party", that features guest vocals from American R&B singer Usher and rapper Gucci Mane. On January 4, 2017 Brown had previewed two snippets on his Instagram profile from the songs "Privacy" and "Tell Me Baby", then in February announced that "Privacy" would have been released as the next single from Heartbreak on a Full Moon.[27][28] The single was released on March 24, 2017.[29]

The initial track listing was announced by Brown on his Instagram account on May 2, 2017, saying that it would have been a double-disc album, and that it would have been released in June 2017.[30] In the first days of June 2017 46 songs discarded from the album were leaked, most of them were unfinished versions while a few were demos.[31][32]

In July 2017 he announced the pending release of upcoming singles from his album.[33] Later on August 4, 2017, he released the album's fourth single "Pills & Automobiles", that features guest vocals from American trap artists Yo Gotti, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Kodak Black.[34] Then on August 14, 2017 he announced the release of the fifth official single from the album, "Questions", on August 16, announcing the album release date, saying that it would be released on October 31, 2017.[35]

In the run up to the album's release, on October 5, 2017, Brown unveiled the official artwork on his Instagram profile, sharing a video with an animated cartoon-style visual of a blood-dripping human heart set against a pink full moon, with a snippet of the song "Heartbreak on a Full Moon" in the background.[36]

On October 13, 2017 Brown released a promotional single "High End", that features guest vocals from American trap artists Future and Young Thug, announcing the final tracklist of the album.[37][38] On October 25, 2017 Brown organized with Tidal a free pop-up concert in New York City to perform the singles on the album and promote it for his core fans.[39][40]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AOTY51/100[41]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic     [42]
HipHopDX3.1/5[43]
Slant Magazine     [44]

Andy Kellman of Allmusic characterized Heartbreak on a Full Moon as an "artistically conservative" album, and stated that its length is a "scheme to exploit the 'consumption'-oriented data that drives chart placements".[42] Jenkins of Vulture.com said it is "one of the most ambitious albums of his era", with "60 minutes of forgettable tracks, but the rest is solid and way better than most of Chris Brown's past discography".[45] Scott Glaysher of HipHopDX called the album "incredibly long", praising the productions on songs like "Lost & Found", "This Way" and "Frustrated", but calling "monotonous" the singles "Pills & Automobiles", and "Questions".[43] Preezy of The Boombox described Heartbreak on a Full Moon as "a statement project that will go down among the most ambitious albums of its time".[46] Zachary Hoskins of Slant Magazine said the songs were "largely unmemorable, blending together into a two-and-a-half-hour murk of mechanical beats and plaintive, occasionally AutoTuned vocals".[44]

Commercial performance

After selling 25,000 copies and earning 68,000 album-equivalent units within three days, Heartbreak on a Full Moon debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200, becoming Brown's ninth consecutive top 10 album on the chart.[47] The album was Brown's seventh solo album to debut at number one on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.[48] On November 8, 2017, Heartbreak on a Full Moon was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for combined sales and album-equivalent units of over 500,000 units in the United States (in this case, 250,000 double album sets, which are double-counted by the RIAA). Brown became the first R&B male artist that went gold in a week since Usher's Confessions in 2004.[49] In its second chart week, the album remained at number three on Billboard 200, with 73,000 album-equivalent units.[50] In Australia, it entered the ARIA Albums Chart at number five, becoming his first top ten in the nation since X in 2014.[51] In the United Kingdom, the album debuted at number 10 on the UK Albums Chart, Brown's sixth non-consecutive top 10 album on the chart.[52] The album was eventually certified Silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) for sales of over 60,000 copies in the UK.[53] In New Zealand, the album debuted at number three on the RMNZ Albums Chart, giving Brown his seventh top ten album on the chart.[54] Until June 2018, the album has accumulated over 3 billion streams worldwide.[55]

The good commercial performance of the album was based on the streaming, as explained by Forbes

By the end of 2017, the album has sold over 608,000 album-equivalent units in the US, with over 80,000 being pure sales, it finished as the country's 36th most overall consumed album of the year.[58]

In 2018, Heartbreak on a Full Moon was ranked as the 28th most popular album of the year on the Billboard 200.[59] With 25,000 copies sold and 618,000 album-equivalent units earned in the US throughout 2018, it finished as the country's 44th most overall consumed album of the year.[60]

Tour

On March 27, 2018, Chris Brown announced an official headlining concert tour to further promote the album titled Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour. The tour began on June 19 in Auburn, at White River Amphitheatre. He was supported by 6lack, H.E.R., Rich the Kid, and Jacquees.[61][62]

Track listing

Production credits were adapted from RCA's official website.[63]

Disc 1
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Lost & Found"Christopher Brown
  • J-Bo
  • Xeryus G
4:01
2."Privacy"
  • Brown
  • Jim Stewart
D. A. Doman3:40
3."Juicy Booty" (featuring Jhené Aiko and R. Kelly)4:33
4."Questions"
  • Pip Kembo
  • B Ham
  • A1
2:09
5."Heartbreak on a Full Moon"
  • Brown
4:06
6."Roses"
  • ISM
  • A1
3:24
7."Confidence"2:57
8."Rock Your Body"Brown
2:42
9."Tempo"
  • Brown
  • Sean Momberger
Momberger3:38
10."Handle It" (featuring Dej Loaf and Lil Yachty)
  • Swiff D
  • Pigliapoco[b]
4:41
11."Sip"
  • Brown
  • Nicholas Ramsahoye
  • Bentley III
3:17
12."Everybody Knows"Brown
  • Tariq Beats
  • Cabbin
3:08
13."To My Bed"
  • Brown
  • Austin Owens
4:33
14."Hope You Do"
  • ISM
  • A1
4:41
15."This Ain't"
  • Foreign Teck
  • OZ
  • Tariq Beats
2:58
16."Pull Up"
  • A1
  • Tariq Beats
2:22
17."Party" (featuring Gucci Mane and Usher)
3:40
18."Sensei" (featuring A1)
  • Brown
  • Bentley III
2:36
19."Summer Breeze"
  • Prince Chrishan
  • Txpski
  • A1
4:00
20."No Exit"Brown
  • Don City
  • Beck
3:20
21."Pills & Automobiles" (featuring Yo Gotti, A Boogie wit da Hoodie and Kodak Black)
  • OG Parker
  • Smash David
  • The Martianz
4:52
22."Hurt the Same"BrownD. A. Doman3:29
Total length:78:47
Disc 2
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."I Love Her"Brown
  • Amadeus
  • Trilogy
2:18
2."You Like"
  • Amadeus
  • Chizzy
  • B Ham
2:26
3."Nowhere"BrownMel & Mus3:13
4."Otha Niggas"
  • Brown
  • Benton Harbor
  • Foreign Teck
  • Vontae Thomas
  • Cratos[b]
2:59
5."Tough Love"Brown
4:04
6."Paradise"BrownCam Wallace3:49
7."Covered in You"Brown
  • Ayo
  • Keyz
  • P2J
3:22
8."Even"
  • Brown
  • Julian Ray
  • Yoftahe Zewdu
Laney Stewart3:59
9."High End" (featuring Future and Young Thug)Richie Souf3:22
10."On Me"Brown
  • Amadeus
  • The Breed
2:32
11."Tell Me What to Do"BrownD. A. Doman3:26
12."Frustrated"Brown
  • ADP
  • Daecolm Holland
3:14
13."Enemy"
  • Storch
  • Diego Ave[a]
3:46
14."If You're Down"
  • Brown
  • Daecolm Holland
  • ADP
  • Scribz
3:21
15."Bite My Tongue"
  • Brown
  • Daecolm Holland
  • Daecolm Holland
  • Moon Willis
2:58
16."Run Away"4:10
17."This Way"Brown
  • JMike
  • T-Collar
4:02
18."Yellow Tape"Brown
  • Amadeus
  • Velocity Music
4:41
Total length:61:42

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies a co-producer
  • ^[b] signifies an additional producer
  • ^[c] signifies an uncredited co-producer

Sample credits

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[96] Gold 35,000^
Canada (Music Canada)[97] Platinum 80,000 
New Zealand (RMNZ)[98] Platinum 15,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[99] Silver 60,000^
United States (RIAA)[100] Platinum 500,000 

^shipments figures based on certification alone
 sales+streaming figures based on certification alone

See also

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