Chris Brown Names New Album “Royalty” After His 1-Year-Old Daughter
Chris Brown’s new album will be called Royalty, he announced early Saturday.
The singer and first-time father tweeted, “MY NEW ALBUM WILL BE NAMED ‘ROYALTY.'” It seems fans approve of the choice, as the message has been retweeted 14,000 times and favorited nearly 20,000. It was previously revealed in June that the record will be released in the fall, featuring the single “Liquor.”
As Gossip Cop has reported, Brown found out he was the father of then-9-month-old Royalty in March. The singer apparently had a one-night-stand with Nia Guzman, but was unaware that she became pregnant. Upon confirming he was indeed Royalty’s dad, Brown welcomed her into his life.
In the months since, Instagram has been filled with pictures of Royalty as Brown captures their life together, such as the trip they took to Disneyland in honor of her 1st birthday. Through it all, he’s been battling Guzman over child support and custody issues. As Gossip Cop previously reported, the pair have been feuding over how much time Brown can spend with the little girl, as well as how much money he has to shell out to Guzman.
Brown is currently in the midst of his “One Hell Of A Nite” tour, which runs through September. He and Royalty are pictured above at the Billboard Music Awards in May. TELL US: What do you think of Brown naming his next album after his daughter?