Aaron Carter checked in with fans from the Warwound Production Studios, offering a brief listen to music he’s set to put out 2008. The singer wrote in a message to fans on his blog at MySpace on Sunday (November 11):
What’s up everyone, so I know you have been wondering what I’ve been doing, where I’ve been, and what you can expect from me in the future … well, let me begin… I have taken some time off from touring, mainly for my love of producing. Producing for myself and for other artists. I haven’t stopped since I began, and I’m constantly learning and growing as a producer as well as an artist. I spend most of my time in my studio and I will soon be posting some of my new stuff so that everyone can see how much I’ve been focusing on my music. I’m currently producing my new album with another producer named ‘Notes’. ‘Notes’ produced my potential 1st single ‘Ride It’ that I hope to let everyone hear very soon! Thank you all for your support.
Watch the brief clip below.
Aaron Carter In Court To Be Freed From Lou Pearlman Contracts
September 4, 2007 – The Orlando Sentinel reports Aaron Carter’s attorneys want the court-appointed bankruptcy trustee now in charge of jailed boyband manager Lou Pearlman’s interests to release the contracts with the singer so he can get a full accounting of money he has made. “Lou and the bankruptcy trustee haven’t done anything in two years for this kid,” said Clay Townsend, one of Carter’s attorneys. “They’re not an asset to Lou. … They’re of no value to anyone.”
The full article at orlandosentinel.com has since been removed.
Aaron Carter At Petco
August 2, 2007 – Aaron Carter was spotted with a new puppy outside of Petco on Sunday (July 29). Lindsay Lohan’s former boyfriend revealed he’s been offered money to do interviews on Lohan.
Aaron Carter Falls For Web Urban Legend
January 5, 2007 – Aaron Carter posted an update on his MySpace page on Sunday (December 31), urging fans to fight back against California legislation being passed to exterminate pit bulls. Carter would have been wise to Google the message being passed along with several photos of the controversial pets, with Snopes showing that while there was legislation passed over a year ago that gave local governments the power to dictate spaying and neutering policies for specific breeds of dogs, there is nothing in the law that states pit bulls could banned or be rounded up and put to sleep.