Chris Brown announces the title of his forthcoming album, "Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon)."

Chris Brown Announces Title Of Upcoming Album On Instagram, Says New Music Will Be ‘All Emotions’

Chris Brown has been hard at work putting the finishing touches on the upcoming music video for his new single, “Grass Ain’t Greener,” in addition to wrapping up the European leg of his international “One Hell Of A Nite Tour” last month. Now, it looks like Brown has also been busy recording new music for his forthcoming album, Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon), which he announced via Instagram on July 21.

After months of teasing new music on platforms such as Periscope and Instagram, Chris Brown finally confirmed rumors of an impending eighth studio album back in May. He took to Instagram to tease the release of his single, “Grass Ain’t Greener,” while also hinting at the title of his forthcoming solo project.

Chris Brown reveals the title of his forthcoming eighth studio album.
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“NEW ALBUM(HEARTBREAK ON A FULL MOON) NEW SINGLE DROPS MAY 5th, GO DOWNLOAD #OHBMIXTAPE #BEFOREDATRAP #nightsintarzana,” Chris Brown revealed in the since-deleted Instagram post, Hip Hop-N-More reports.

As promised, Brown dropped his latest single, “Grass Ain’t Greener,” on May 5th via iTunes, marking the first official track release from his forthcoming Heartbreak On A Full Moon album.

Now, it appears that Chris Brown has made a minor change to the title of his forthcoming solo album after he took to Instagram on Thursday to give fans an update on the status of the project. He revealed that the album will be “all emotions” and will feature a new lineup of producers.

“Just trying to live…Can’t wait for y’all to hear the new stuff I been working on. All emotions, NEW PRODUCERS, grass ain’t greener!!!! Title: LOST & FOUND( heartbreak on a full moon),” Brown wrote in the caption of a post featuring a screengrab from a fan on Twitter. The post contained a message that read, “According to Pandora, Chris Brown is in the top 10 of the most popular artists in 22 states of the US.”

While Chris hasn’t confirmed an official release date and track listing for his Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon) album, the singer previously teased a new track titled “Lost and Found” via Periscope in February. He later performed the song live for eager fans in Barcelona while on his “One Hell Of A Nite Tour” earlier this year.

The news comes just weeks after Brown gave an update on the status of his “Grass Ain’t Greener” music video and controversial Welcome To My Life documentary on Instagram. He told fans that both projects, in addition to a new mixtape titled Attack the Block from OHB/Section Boyz, are “coming soon.”

“Y’all gone like the video,” Brown explained of the impending “Grass Ain’t Greener” music video in a since-deleted Instagram post.

“BEEN WORKING MY A** OFF, shooting the rest of the video SUPER SOON, the day we wrap IM RUSHING TO THE EDITING ROOM. I know y’all waiting patiently TEAM BREEZY. BARE WIT ME!! REQUEST AND DOWNLOAD ON ITUNES AND STREAM THIS SONG,” Chris Brown continued before adding the hashtag #GRASSAINTGREENER to the end of his post.

Similarly, Brown also took to the photo-sharing site to tease fans with an announcement concerning his forthcoming documentary, Welcome To My Life, which Chris revealed is “coming soon” amid rumors of a summer release for the project.

@rivetingentertainment coming soon! ????

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Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon) will serve as a follow-up to Brown’s seventh studio album, Royalty, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart following its December release, Billboard reports.

Which upcoming Chris Brown project are you looking forward to the most? Are you waiting for the “Grass Ain’t Greener” music video, the Welcome To My Life documentary, or the Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon) album?

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