Chris Brown is Naming New Album After Daughter Royalty
Fatherhood really is changing Chris Brown.
Shortly after midnight on Saturday, the R&B star announced that his new album will be named after his 1-year-old daughter, Royalty.
MY NEW ALBUM WILL BE NAMED "ROYALTY"— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 22, 2015
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Brown has jumped right into fatherhood, regularly sharing adorable photos and videos of his daughter and opening up about how much the little girl has changed his life.
"WCW (everyday)! The only one who will give me unconditional love and will teach me how to become a man," he captioned an Instagram of Royalty on Wednesday.
We mean, seriously, how adorable is this?
ET caught up with Brown at the 2015 BET Awards in June, where he gushed about the "humbling" experience of fatherhood. "Being a father is great. I've been able to set aside my own wants and necessities for my daughter," he said. "Everything is about her."
Royalty will be the follow up to 2014's X and is set to be released this fall. The 26-year-old singer is currently on the road for the 25-day One Hell of a Nite Tour, with support that includes Taylor Swift fave Fetty Wap, and he recently released a steamy collaboration with Rita Ora called "Body On Me."
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Brown even hinted recently that he might work with Zayn Malik, telling Capital FM that the ex-One Direction band member is his "homeboy." "I don't shy away from anyone and I think he's a great artist," he said. "Now he's doing his solo thing, I know he has a huge fan base and the fans are waiting to hear his stuff, so it would be cool to get down and collab."
While we don't know who will officially be featured on Brown's project (though we're sure the guest spots will be plentiful), we're sure the album art will be full of adorable photos of Royalty.