Chris Brown to Donate Proceeds From New Royalty Album to Children’s Charity

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Chris Brown will donate proceeds from his new album to charity Michael Kovac/Getty Images for H&M

Doing his part. Chris Brown plans to donate a portion of proceeds from his upcoming album, Royalty, to charity, he revealed in an Instagram video on Friday, Nov. 27.

“The holidays are all about giving back, so this Christmas, from now until Christmas, if you order the album, pre-order the album, one dollar of every album sold will go to Children’s Miracle Network hospital,” the 26-year-old singer said in a clip. “So please do your part. Give back!”

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Below the clip, he captioned, “#ROYALTY.”

#ROYALTY #OHB?

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Last month, the “Kiss Kiss” singer shared the artwork for Royalty — named after his 18-month-old daughter — featuring a shirtless Brown cradling his daughter lovingly as she rests her head on his shoulder.

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“I honestly never knew I could love someone as strong as I do,” Brown said of his baby girl back in May. “I’m gonna give her the world.”

Brown shares his daughter with his ex-girlfriend Nia Guzman. He won joint custody of his little girl back in September.

Royalty, Brown’s seventh studio album, will be released on Dec. 18.

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