Award-winning R&B icon unleashes greatest hits and stellar dance moves with support from rising stars H.E.R., 6lack, and Rich The Kid
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Chris Brown Presents: Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour with H.E.R, 6lack and Rich The Kid
- His Meteoric Rise: After breaking out with the 2005 hit, “Run It!”, the dynamic singer, dancer, and R&B icon went on to rack up more than 11 million album sales worldwide, with the help of six No. 1 singles, 37 Top 10 singles on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and more than 10 billion audio streams.
- Trophies on His Mantle: He’s won more than 40 awards, including a Grammy Award for 2011’s F.A.M.E.; Billboard Music Awards for Artist of the Year (2006) and Top R&B Artist (2012); four BET Awards for Best Male R&B Artist; and MTV Video Music Awards for Best Male Video and Best Choreography for “Turn Up the Music” (2012).
- His Latest Album: 2017’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon, a double-disc collection that debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and features the singles “Tempo” and “Questions”
- H.E.R.: This enigmatic singer-songwriter established herself as one of the most fascinating new voices in the modern pop landscape with her breakthrough albums, H.E.R. Volume 1 and Volume 2.
- 6lack: After garnering buzz in Atlanta’s hip-hop scene, this R&B singer and rapper made it onto Rolling Stone’s 10 New Artists You Need to Know in 2016 and released his debut album, Free 6lack, featuring the platinum hit “Prblms.”
- Rich The Kid: Since releasing his 2013 debut solo mixtape, Been About The Benjamins, this rising hip-hop star has been taking hold of listeners with his charismatic lyrics and upbeat delivery, which caught the attention of future collaborators including Migos, Young Thug, and 21 Savage.
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