Chris Brown Announces The 11:11 Tour

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Chris Brown has announced he will be going on tour in support of his 11:11 album. On Tuesday (Feb. 13), the Virginia native took to his Instagram Story to spread the news to his fans. While he couldn’t go into specifics at the moment, he did reveal the tour name.

Breezy also provided an estimated date for when the tour would begin. “Hey Team Breezy,” he typed. “Management has asked me to wait revealing the tour dates until we confirm all [the] venues. When’s the tour? Early Summer time. What’s the name of the tour? The 11:11 Tour.”

The tour will support his latest album, 11:11. Chris Brown released his eleventh studio album in November 2023. 11:11 was marketed as a double album, consisting of 22 tracks in total. The tracks, “Summer Too Hot,” “Sensational,” and “Nightmares,” were all released as supporting singles for the LP. The body of work also included an array of collaborators such as Maeta, Lojay, Byron Messia, Davido Future, and Fridayy.

11:11 was met with good to okay reviews from critics. However, the single “Summer Too Hot” was met with widespread praise and even a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Performance at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards. The single also found itself in the top 10 on Billboard’s Rhythmic charts, peaking at No. 2. Chris’ album peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 and No. 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. Despite the strong chart success, the album somehow raked in the lowest first-week sales of Brown’s career. 

According to Chart Data, 11:11 only moved 45,000 album-equivalent units in its first week. The album dethroned his previous lowest-selling LP, which was 2017’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon. His highest-selling album in his career has been his critically acclaimed sophomore album, 2007’s Exclusive. Exclusive moved 295,000 units in its inaugural week.

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