Chris Brown’s recent release of his album Heartbreak on a Full Moon has been the most talked about on social media these past couple of weeks.  The album consists of 45 tracks and fans couldn’t have been any happier.  Although time consuming, that didn’t stop people from supporting HBOAFM which features artists like R. Kelly, Dej Loaf, Jhene Aiko, Gucci Mane, Usher, Future and so much more. On November 7th Brown posted on his Instagram a picture of an email implying that HeartBreak on a Full Moon is eligible and is being submitted for certification.

#HeartbreakOnAFullMoon 🏆 Just in case y’all think we bullshitting 💔🌕

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“Yep team is compiling and should have in the morning. Looks like album is gold eligible already so submitting for certification.” Followed by a caption from Chris, “#HeartbreakOnAFullMoon Just incase ya’ll thought we bullsh*tting”

On November 8th Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon officially became his 7th album to reach the number 1 spot on the Billboards.

@chrisbrown’s “Heartbreak On a Full Moon” becomes his 7th #1 on Billboard’s “R&B/ Hip-Hop Albums chart” making him the male artist with the most #1s on this chart

❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

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The album reportedly sold 68,000 units, with 25,000 of those sales being non- streaming.

“WEEEEE DID ITTTTTT!!!!!!!!! YALL F**KIN DID DAT” Brown wrote under a post on Instagram.

Even with a huge fan base and support system, there were still doubts that the R&B singer could pull off a 45 track album. Chris even expressed his frustration with the RIAA when they only counted three out of seven days in regards to his first week sales; but that didn’t stop him.

But it gets even better… Chris made history with this record.

For those who thought his Chris Brown’s career was over, guess he told you!