May 20, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Warner Brothers international recording artist Glenn Davis Doctor G is once again poised to make music history. This summer, Davis will attempt to break his own world record for the longest album. Davis, who currently holds the record of 519.05 minutes for his 2011 release of 'World Record' intends on breaking it with his release of 'Fortune 500' which Davis claims to have five hundred songs, or track titles. "The actual TRT, or Total Run Time will be divulged at the time of release" said Davis in a recent radio interview.
In addition to the details given regarding the track count, it has also been reported by Davis that the Fortune 500 Record will be available as a single album download as well as a limited-edition physical compact disc box set with picture book included. The physical CD Sets, said Davis, will be numbered and a total of only 500 will be produced and sold. In May, 2013, Davis initially announced his intent on breaking his current world record, but has yet to give the exact release date of the album, or the attempt date of breaking his current world's record. "We are still working on the track list order, artwork, locations logistics, vendor information, record pressing chores, printing work, final mastering and other details and hope to make public very soon the exact date of release of the album and further details of the new world record attempt" said a spokesperson from the management office for Glenn Davis Doctor G.