Chris Brown has decided to go against the standard of music with a bold move that will change the way albums are seen. Why? Lets start off by saying that when it comes down to making a studio album, you will usually see certain artist create a project that contains, roughly, 12 to 15 songs, some have less, others have more. However, Chris Brown has dropped a whooping 45 tracks in his new album titled “Heartbreak On A Full Moon,” which is timed at 2 hours and 38 minutes, so you will need more than enough time if you plan on listening to this album.
You’re maybe wondering, “has he dropped the longest album in history?” The answer is no, although Brown’s album may be the longest most anyone has seen, he has not dropped the longest album in history. There is, in fact, a band on the “Guinness Book of World Records” that holds the record at 111 tracks for a single album, but Brown does have the longest R&B album.
Is it this too many songs for a single album? A few people have expressed that 45 songs is a bit overwhelming because of how long it will take to finish listening to the album all together. A few others feel that the 45 tracks will leave people full of music to listen to for a while until its time to drop a new album. It will be hard to think that Brown will disappoint with the singles, which are included in the album, “Privacy,” “Party,” “Pills and Automobiles,” and “Grass Ain’t Greener” making massive impressions with his audience as it is, only time will tell. Check it out for yourself and tell us what you think. Is 45 tracks too much or should he have made more? Follow us below.