R&B superstar Chris Brown has achieved another milestone with his latest album, Breezy.
The album debuts at No. 4 this week on the Billboard 200 chart, earning Brown his ninth top 5 entry on this chart. All of Brown’s solo albums have debuted in the top 10 on the Billboard 200.
His previous peak positions include:
- F.A.M.E. (2011), No.1
- Fortune (2012), No. 1
- Indigo (2019), No.1
- Chris Brown (2005), No. 2
- X (2014), No. 2
- Royalty (2016), No. 3
- Heartbreak on a Full Moon (2017), No. 3
- Exclusive (2007), No. 4
- Graffiti (2009), No. 7
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On Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart, Breezy arrives at No. 2, one notch from his previous chart-toppers Indigo, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, Royalty and X. Drake’s house-inspired album, Honestly, Nevermind, remains at No. 1 for a second week.
Breezy is also seeing action on the Billboard Hot 100. Five songs from the album make an appearance on the chart this week, including:
- “Call Me Every Day” feat. Wizkid, No. 76
- “Psychic” feat. Jack Harlow, No. 78
- “WE (Warm Embrace),” No. 79
- “Addicted” feat. Lil Baby, No. 92
- “Possessive” feat. Lil Wayne and Bleu, No. 98
Nine tracks debut on the Hot R&B Songs chart this week, including:
- “Psychic” feat. Jack Harlow, No.5
- “Addicted” feat. Lil Baby, No. 7
- “Possessive” feat. Lil Wayne and Bleu, No. 9
- “C.A.B.” feat. Fivio Foreign, No. 11
- “Till The Wheels Fall off” feat. Lil Durk and Capella Grey, No. 12
- “Closure” feat. H.E.R., No. 21
- “Sex Memories” feat. Ella Mai, No. 22
- “Need You Right Here” feat. Bryson Tiller, No. 23
- “Pitch Black,” No. 25
His Wizkid-assisted “Call Me Every Day” moves to No. 4 on the Hot R&B Songs chart in its second week. With 79 career total entries on this chart, Brown now has the most in the chart’s history. He passes The Weeknd, who previously held the top spot with 71.
.@chrisbrown debuts nine songs on this week's Hot R&B Songs chart, bringing his career total to 79 entries.
He passes The Weeknd's 71 for the most in the chart's history.
— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) July 6, 2022
On July 15, Brown will kick off his co-headlining One of Them Ones Tour with Lil Baby. Melodic rapper Bleu was recently announced as a supporting act on the 27-city tour. Brown and company will play in major cities across North America, including Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., New York City, Toronto, Atlanta, and Los Angeles.
Before Brown embarks on tour, he is set to release a deluxe edition of Breezy on July 8.