It’s been long time in the making, since May of 2016 to be exact when he first announced the album Heartbreak On A Full Moon & released the single “Grass Is Greener,” but after months of being left in the dark, Chris Brown’s highly anticipated 8th studio album finally has a release date. After hitting us with a new single Wednesday morning called “Questions,” Breezy decided to take to his twitter page & announce that Heartbreak On A Full Moon will be dropping this Halloween, October 31.


Unfortunately, nothing else was revealed about the album at this time, but from what we were informed back in May, the album will serve as a double album & be 40-songs deep. Whether or not that’s still the care anymore is unknown since he was a victim of a massive leak earlier this Summer, but what we do know is that singles like “Party” with Usher & Gucci Mane, “Privacy” & “Questions” should all see life on the album.

For what’s it worth, the singles “Party” & “Grass Is Greener” have recently gone platinum too, surpassing the million units sold mark since being released & giving Chris an added push of promo for the album.

Check out the announcement (below) and revisit the new single ”Questions” right here if you haven't done so already.

In other related Breezy news, Chris was just caught creeping thirsting in the comment section of Rihanna’s recent Barbados outfit pic on IG the other day. He commented with the classic “eyeball” emoji, pretty much taking his shot yet again & letting her know he’s interested. Check that out (below) if you missed it earlier this week.