Chris Brown Is Not Happy With News He Just Received About His Album Sales

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - JUNE 11:  Chris Brown performs at HOT 97 Summer Jam 2017 at MetLife Stadium on June 11, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images)

Chris Brown Is Not Happy With News He Just Received About His Album Sales

The R&B crooner took his frustrations with the RIAA to social media.

Published November 2, 2017

Fresh on the heels of gifting fans with a 45-track projectHeartbreak on a Full Moon, Chris Brown doesn't appear to be too pleased with the album's sales. 

Early Thursday afternoon (Nov. 2), the R&B crooner took to Instagram to share some disappointing news with fans. According to Breezy, he will only be "credited for 3 days for sales" for the first week of his album's release.

Heartbreak on a Full Moon, which was released on Halloween (Oct. 31), is by far Chris' most ambitious project with its nearly three-hour listening time. Over the past month, the Virginia native teased his eighth studio album, which was jam-packed with a Rolodex of star-studded collabs, including the likes of A Boogie Wit Da HoodieJhene AikoYo GottiGucci ManeUsher and more.

Despite the lengthy track list, however, it appears as though a number of #TeamBreezy fans are eager to listen and dissect Chris' latest offering. Unsurprisingly, the reviews seem to be a blend of both negative and positive critiques. While some fans are complaining about the album’s length, others have been sending their praises to the "Privacy' singer for delivering a diverse catalog of ballads and party anthems

The album is currently available for streaming and the double CD edition will be in stores for purchase on Nov. 3. Until then, take a look at Chris Brown's thoughts on the RIAA below. 

Written by Kai Miller

(Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images)

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