Chris Brown Pledges to Donate a Portion of Album Proceeds to Charity
Chris Brown is getting into the Holiday season by giving back. Breezy just announced he will be giving away a portion of the proceeds from pre-orders of his upcoming album Royalty to charity. The Virginia singer recently uploaded a video message to his fans on Instagram making them aware of his intentions. "From now until Christmas, if you order the album, pre-order the album, $1 of every album sold will go to Children's Network Hospital. So please do your part and give back," Breezy says in the 15-second clip.
Proceeds will also go to Best Buddies International, "a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities," according to the foundation's website.
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CB's seventh studio album Royalty looks to officially be dropping on Dec. 18 after a delay of about a month. The LP is of course named after his young daughter and is spearheaded by the singles “Liquor," “Zero” and "Fine By Me."
Brown recently put out a prequel of sorts with his new mixtape Before The Party. The 34-track set features guest appearances from Wale, Tyga, French Montana, Fetty Wap, Wiz Khalifa and Rihannna.