Heartbreak on a Full Moon Review


For his 8th solo album Chris Brown released a Heartbreak on a Full Moon, a double album with 45 tracks of R&B jams, club bangers, slow love songs, and pop records.  This was viewed to some of his fans as his “comeback” album from all the wrongs he had done and what fame did to him.  He released his own documentary on Netflix along with the album called, “Welcome to my Life”.  The purpose of this hour and 35 minute film was to show his come up and rise to stardom from his perspective, which I did enjoy watching. Personally, when I saw the announcement for this album I was excited to see what Breezy had in the stash.  However, when I saw that the album had a total of 45 tracks my interest in the project plummeted.  Although the album did have 45 tracks I did listen to about 30.  My only piece of criticism for him, and DJ Khaled with his album Grateful, would be just to make some album cuts.  Honestly, if he had just kept about 14 or 15 of the songs on the project and just made all the other tracks throwaways the album would’ve been at least an 8.7/10 for me.  However, he did not which made the album not that fun of a listen for me.

Rating: 6.4/10


  1. Hope You Do
  2. Yellow Tape
  3. Everybody Knows
  4. Only 4 Me ft. Verse Simmonds & Ty Dolla $ign
  5. High End ft. Future & Young Thug
  6. Grass Ain’t Greener
  7. Party ft. Usher & Gucci Mane
  8. Pills & Automobiles ft. Yo Gotti, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, & Kodak Black
  9. Lost & Found
  10. Privacy
Yanni Kouiroukidis

Currently live in Ashburn, Virginia, USA. Hip Hop and R&B have been a huge part of my life since I was 7 years old. Eleven years later I still love listening and reviewing the music. Die Hard New England Patriots and Boston Celtics fan. Free Meek Mill. More to Come.