Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by bb0990, Jul 22, 2015.
Jeez, how many songs does this guy record?
I wonder what it means to be Track 27 on a 40 track Chris Brown album.
If only your favs could.
But maybe we're all a bit of track 27 in some way? Makes you think.
Chris is releasing a two singles, the first is out and wasn't on the album tracklist he posted.
another new Chris Brown single, samples Turn Me On by Kevin Lyttle
Pre-order for this is up. Whoppin' 45 tracks, including all of the singles released so far (including Grass Ain't Greener).
Give me that data load, Christ.
Imagine thinking that releasing a 45 song album is a good idea.
Right. But the dude's been wanting to do a double album since X so can't blame him for being consistent. lol
That's what hell probably sounds like.
The 45-track Frankenalbum is probably so they can put out some graphics about his streaming totals
I don't really check for him, but it's comical
I've loved his last 4 albums but 45 tracks is a bit much for me. Especially as the singles haven't exactly been great.
Why is this sewer rat's thread back up?
45 tracks!!!!!!!!!!! i don't think Charli XCX has even released 45 tracks in total
I have no idea how i will digest this one, the tracklist is out. Similar to the one he posted a few months back.
Lost and Found
Juicy Booty (Ft. Jhené Aiko & R. Kelly)
Heartbreak on a Full Moon
Rock Your Body
Handle It (Ft. DeJ Loaf & Lil Yachty)
To My Bed
Hope You Do
Party (Ft. Gucci Mane & Usher
Sensei (Ft. Floyd "A1" Bentley)
Pills & Automobiles (Ft. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Kodak Black & Yo Gotti)
Hurt the Same
I Love Her
Covered In You
High End (Ft. Future & Young Thug)
Tell Me What To Do
If You're Down
Bite My Tongue
Only 4 Me (Ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Verse Simmonds)
Grass Ain't Greener
He is garbage and the tracklist is laughably absurd in length. I also saw he has a Netflix documentary now when scrolling through the app this week. I wish he would just...stop.
...or Track 36... or Track 42.
Chris Brown collabs with R. Kelly and Kodak Black are like as though a PR consultant had a drug-induced fever dream of something literally no one asked for.
How does he even make money for his label, though?
I'm pretty sure he doesn't tour (banned from a few countries?), his albums haven't sold much and his singles usually go top 40 or something but I don't think he's had a Platinum hit in a while and yet he can afford to record an insane amount of music and release a music video like every three weeks.
I've loved his albums up until Royalty which was awful and completely put me off listening to any of his new tracks. Grass Ain't Greener, Party and Privacy hardly compare to the likes of Forever, Beautiful People, Loyal and the tracks from X (his best album).
I can barely listen to a 12 track album without getting bored and distracted, never mind 45 songs. How would you possibly remember what any of them sounded like if you listened to the full thing??
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