Chris Brown to donate album proceeds to charity
"Royalty" is named after Brown's daughter.
Los Angeles: Singer Chris Brown has announced he donate proceeds from his new album "Royalty".
The R&B singer said in an Instagram video that he is going to donate proceeds from "Royalty" to Children's Miracle Network in an effort to help those in need, reported Aceshowbiz.
"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," he said. "So please do your part. Give back!"
"Royalty" is named after Brown's daughter. The album is expected to be made available for purchase starting in December.
Leading up to the release day, he dropped a mixtape titled "Before the Party", featuring a song with his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.