Chris Brown Releases New Album ’11:11′
Chris Brown’s 11:11 is finally here. The title of the album derives from numerology, “the study of numbers, as the figures designating the year of one’s birth, to determine their supposed influence on one’s life, future, etc.” 11:11, in particular, is considered a “master number” and signifies spiritual guidance and the manifestation of desires.
11:11 is the Virginia native’s eleventh studio album that features guest appearances from Byron Messia, Future, Fridayy, Davido, Maeta, and Lojay. He originally planned to have the album scheduled for release on Saturday (Nov. 11), but he ended up switching the release day to today (Nov. 10).
“Yo, a little bit of an announcement I wanna give y’all,” Brown said in a short video uploaded to Instagram. “So you know it’s 11:11, right? Album supposed to come out Friday? I’ma give it to y’all a day early, album come out tomorrow.” He then clarified the release date in the caption to avoid confusion. “The album was supposed to drop Saturday, but we’re dropping early. I’m just correcting what I said in the post,” the post read.
On the “A” side, there are features from David and Lojay on the singer’s previously released “Sensational.” He is also including his Byron Messia-assisted track “Nightmares,” which was released on Tuesday (Nov. 7). The “A” side will have three more features that have not been announced at this time.
The “B” side is mostly a solo effort, with the exception of one feature on the last track, “Double Negative.” His previously released single “Summer Too Hot” will also be included on this side of the project.
In addition to his album release, Brown has also assisted several artists with features on their tracks. He linked up with Chlöe on “How Does It Feel.” Ciara on “How We Roll,” Fridayy on “Don’t Give It Away,” Mariah the Scientist on “IDGAF,” and Ty Dolla $ign on “Motion.”
Brown’s 11:11 follows his 2022 Grammy-nominated LP Breezy.