Chris Brown cares. The R&B singer recently announced plans to donate proceeds from his new album, Royalty, to Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
Brown told fans on Saturday that he would give $1 for every album pre-ordered to the medical center. Children’s Miracle Network Hospital specializes in helping kids overcome illnesses that include everything from broken limbs to asthma. Those with chronic diseases are also treated. Children’s Miracle Network has raised more than $5 billion since its inception in 1983, and will definitely find use for Brown’s generous donation.
Chris announced plans to name his latest album after his daughter, Royalty, last month. “#ROYALTY ALBUM COVER,” the star hashtagged underneath a picture of his record’s artwork on Instagram. Chris held Royalty close in the candid while she rested soundly on his shoulder.
The celebrity dad also doted on his daughter during a recent talk with Ryan Seacrest. “I think this was just a blessing in disguise with my daughter because I get a chance to look at her and teach her the right path and also be a father in my daughter’s life,” said the singer. “Just to see a smile on her face — just to see the littlest things — is emotional for me, so I just love that aspect of being able to be a father now.”
Royalty is Chris Brown’s only child with Nia Guzman. The singer’s latest album made its debut this past Friday.