Chris Brown drops the full version of his 2014 track, "Lady in a Glass Dress"

Chris Brown Drops Full Version Of ‘Lady In The Glass Dress’ And Hints At New Album Release

Chris Brown has been hard at work on his new album, currently titled Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon), but it looks like Brown is already giving fans a sneak peek of what they can expect for the highly anticipated project after dropping an extended version of his 2014 track, “Lady in a Glass Dress,” via SoundCloud last night.

On Saturday evening, Chris Brown took to Twitter to surprise fans with the release of a full version of his “Lady in a Glass Dress” interlude, which appeared on his sixth studio album, X, before taking to Instagram to drop a few hints regarding the status of his upcoming album.

“Lady in the glass dress FULL VERSION! *heart emoji* you team breezy!” Brown wrote on Twitter alongside a link to the track on SoundCloud.

Also, Chris Brown took to Instagram to drop a few hints regarding his Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon) album by revealing to one fan that several of the tracks that he had previously teased on Periscope earlier this year are likely to appear on the forthcoming album.

“Aye @chrisbrownofficial you releasing any of these peri songs soon? Lol #chrisbrown #bitemytongue #teambreezy #unreleasedsongs,” the fan wrote in a post on Instagram alongside a video preview of an unreleased track from Brown.

In response to the inquiry, Chris Brown took to the comment section of the fan’s post to reveal, “Wait for this album! Trust.”

Similarly, another fan took to Twitter yesterday to share a screengrab of an Instagram comment from Chris Brown in which the singer reflects on the two-year anniversary of his X album before hinting that he has “crazy” ideas in the works for his upcoming eighth studio album.

“2 years of X! I’ve been blessed with an amazing fan base and the hunger to be better,” Chris Brown began on Instagram. “The ideas I have for the new project are coming together crazy. I love you TEAM BREEZY! Thank you.

While Brown has remained tight-lipped regarding the details of his upcoming album release, the singer previously revealed via social media that the tentative title for the project would be Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon) in addition to confirming that the album would be “all emotions” and would feature a whole 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!!!!” Brown began in the since-deleted Instagram post. “Title: LOST & FOUND( heartbreak on a full moon).”

According to Rap-Up, Brown previously confirmed via Instagram that the title of his eighth studio album would be Heartbreak On A Full Moon, however, it appears that Brown has also added the “Lost & Found” track title to the upcoming project.

While Chris Brown hasn’t confirmed an official release date or track listing for his forthcoming album, the singer previously teased a new track titled “Lost and Found” via Periscope earlier this year which has further fueled speculation suggesting that the song would likely serve as a lead single for the upcoming album. Similarly, Brown’s most recent single release, “Grass Ain’t Greener,” is also widely believed to appear on his eighth studio album.

While Chris Brown continues to put the finishing touches on the upcoming project, fans continue to eagerly await news regarding Brown’s controversial Welcome To My Life documentary that is reportedly set for a fall 2016 release according to Riveting Entertainment’s official website for the film.

Earlier this month, the production company took to Twitter to provide an update on the status of the film, albeit neglecting to confirm an official release date for the documentary, while also aiming to thank fans for their patience regarding the lack of concrete news regarding the arrival of the project.

What do you think of the full version of Chris Brown’s “Lady in the Glass Dress” track?

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