Chris Brown will donate part of the proceeds from his ‘Royalty’ album sales to the Children’s Miracle Network hospital and Best Buddies.
The 26-year-old singer – who named the record after his daughter Royalty – revealed some of the money made on the album will go towards the Children’s Miracle Network hospital and Best Buddies. Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospital has raised more than $5 billion for their expansive network, and now Breezy is helping to increase their bottom line.
He said on Instagram: ‘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. So please do your part. Give back!’.
Breezy’s latest goodwill effort comes after the R&B singer handed out turkeys for Thanksgiving in Jamaica, Queens.