Full Moon is the third studio album by American R&B recording artist Brandy. It was released by Atlantic Records on March 5, 2002. The album was recorded primarily during the summer and fall of 2001 at The Hit Factory in Miami, amid a three-year musical hiatus following the success of her multi-platinum previous studio album Never Say Never (1998) and the finale of her highly successful television sitcom Moesha in May 2001
Full Moon" is a song by American recording artist Brandy, from her same-titled third studio album (2002). A breakaway from Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins' dominating influence on the album, it was written and produced by Mike City, one of the few producers Norwood worked with on Full Moon apart from Jerkins and his production and songwriting crew. The song initially impacted on US radios on April 1, 2002 as the album's second single.
Full Moon is the second single off of Full Moon, Brandy’s 3rd studio album. Written and produced by Mike City. com/watch?v mgZz4L1UmxE. A centuries-old cult belief, many societies correlate a number of atypical human behaviors and world events to various lunar effects. Brandy sings about being entranced by the presence of an unknown stranger in a nightclub she frequents. It may look different if you’re on mobile though. "Full Moon" Track Info.
Arranged By – "Baby Dubb" (tracks: 13), Brandy (2) (tracks: 1, 13), Keith Crouch (tracks: 7), Kenisha Pratt (tracks: 7), Mike City (tracks: 1). Art Direction, Design – Thomas Bricker.
Full Moon, her third album, comes the closest to being a full-fledged, well-rounded album, as well as establishing a personality as a singer. There are plenty of moments here that are seductively smooth and even the filler goes down smoothly, but when it's finished, Brandy seems no more distinctive than she did when it started, so it's no wonder that even its triumphs seem muted.
Label: Urban Atlantic. Brandy has grown up, and her third release, Full Moon, reflects this maturation with her choice of material. Smooth, polished rhythms alternate between slow jams and bass-thumping party numbers, but clearly, it is her rich, powerful voice that makes this collection of 17 songs shine.
I love Brandy's Full Moon just as much as her debut CD if not more! Its ballads are lush and beautiful, and the up tempo tunes are hot and sassy chic! Brandy could always sing, and I have been a fan since I WANNA BE DOWN. The full album has over an hour of music. Admittedly, though, several of the more upbeat tracks could have been shortened by 30-45 seconds.
|1||Full Moon (Radio Edit)||3:31|
|2||Full Moon (Cutfather & Joe Remix)
Remix – Cutfather & Joe
|3||Full Moon (Ernie Lake Radio Edit)
Remix – Ernie Lake
|4||Die Without You
Featuring – Ray J
|5||What About Us (Simon Vegas Remix)
Remix – Simon Vegas
|Video||Full Moon (Enchaned Video)||4:08|
|85269-2||Brandy||Full Moon (CD, Maxi)||Atlantic||85269-2||US||2002|
|0-85366||Brandy||Full Moon (2x12")||Atlantic||0-85366||US||2001|
|none||Brandy||Full Moon (Precison Remixes) (CDr, Single, Promo)||Atlantic||none||US||2002|
|PRCD 300910||Brandy||Full Moon (CD, Single, Promo)||Atlantic||PRCD 300910||US||2002|
|PR 300884||Brandy||Full Moon (2x12", Promo)||Atlantic||PR 300884||US||2001|