Early Saturday morning, the 26-year-old singer took to Twitter to announce that the title of his forthcoming seventh album will be named Royalty, after his 1-year-old daughter.
Chris released his most recent album X in 2014, which spawned hit singles like "Loyal," the Usher and Rick Ross-assisted "New Flame" and "Love More" featuring Nicki Minaj. Given the overwhelmingly sexual nature of Chris' music, it'll be interesting to see whether his new music will be a huge departure from songs that are centered on his playboy lifestyle and troubled romantic relationships.
MY NEW ALBUM WILL BE NAMED "ROYALTY"— Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) August 22, 2015
He certainly has the material to switch it up a bit and reflect more on his new life as a father, particularly given his ongoing custody battle with Royalty's mother Nia Guzman. The entire debacle has played on out social media over the past couple of months.
While it's doubtful that Chris will totally abandon all the usual sex talk for an album full of family-friendly lullabies and odes to his daughter, let's hope that he at least releases some truly mature, introspective music that his daughter can one day listen to and appreciate.