Ahh…this is officially the CUTEST thing ever. Chris Brown named his upcoming album after his daughter, Royalty, and the cover art, which features him cuddling the one-year-old, is totally to die for!
Chris Brown, 26, is so dedicated to his little girl, Royalty, that his new album is ALL for her. Besides just naming the record Royalty, the singer also took the sweetest photo ever with his daughter for the artwork. So cute!
In the pic, Chris poses shirtless while cradling Royalty in his arms. The adorable tot looks to be sleeping, while resting her head on her famous daddy’s chest, and the 26-year-old carefully cuddles and protects his little lady. He’s certainly come a long way! “He wants the art to show that his queen of a daughter is the only thing he lives for,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He’s considering using one of his many private photos for him and her for the art.” Get excited for Chris’ new music by buying his most recent album X on Amazon here.
Ever since he unexpectedly became a father, Chris has devoted himself to his daughter, and on Sept. 11, he won joint custody of the one-year-old in court. Based on the judge’s ruling, Royalty will go back and forth between Chris and her mom, Nia Guzman, every four days. The “Loyal” singer will pay $2,500 a month in child support, which is a lot less than the $15,000 Nia originally asked for!
“Chris is beyond happy to be Royalty’s father,” his lawyer, Bo Nichols, told us after the hearing. “The minute he was adjudicated as her father, he teared up. Royalty is one lucky little girl to have such a loving father like Chris.” Aww…he cried! So sweet!
Meanwhile, little Royalty looks to be taking right after her dad when it comes to the rhythm department! She loooooves to dance, and Chris even shared a video of them breaking it down together during a photo shoot on Oct. 13. But from the Royalty album cover, it’s also clear that they have their sweet and intimate moments, along with the fun ones. Love it!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Chris’ album artwork?
— Alyssa Norwin