Nick Carter Tells Backstreet Boys Skeptics To Get Over It

Contributed by elgato:

Nick and Aaron Carter recently did an interview with BOP Magazine while they were in New York for a Twister Moves gig. When asked if there was anything he’d like to clear up, Nick replied: “If anybody thinks that there’s problems between the , there’s not. We support each other 150%. I just did something with AJ and Howie in Germany. The only reason I can’t see Kevin is because he’s all over the place doing his musical stuff, and Brian is raising his baby.” When asked about his solo album he said, “I’m gonna go back to more dance music, like me and the Boys did in the earlier days. My first solo album was very rock-orientated, but a lot of people couldn’t relate with what I was doing because of where I’d come from. So I’m taking the rock edge and putting it together with dance pop, and I’m kind of gonna go back to that stuff again.”


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7 thoughts on “Nick Carter Tells Backstreet Boys Skeptics To Get Over It

  1. elgato says:

    Justin doesn’t want to go back to *NSYNC. BSB are all best friends and will start recording next month. life is great!

  2. TahoeGirl13 says:

    I wish he’d do what makes him happy. Who cares about critic’s, hater, record labels. It should only be about the artist and the fans.

  3. elgato says:

    I think if he does a third solo album (which by that time, BSB should be off of Jive *hopefully*), he’ll go back to rock.

  4. elperrosync says:

    The LONG GONE BACKSTREET BOYS ARE THE DEFINITION OF A BOYBAND AND THEY ARE OVER!!!!! NOW JOIN ME ON THE CELEBRATION

  5. elgato says:

    ^lol, read Justine’s new rolling stone article. *NSYNC is over. so yes, start the celebration!

  6. BadAss4Backstreet says:

    They DO need to get over it, cause the Boys WILL be back, and they’ll be better than ever!! I CAN’T WAIT!

  7. venus18 says:

    Admittedly I am not a BSB or Nick fan, but why the hell does he have to change his style? Yeah, the CD didn’t sell well but too many artists are controlled by record companies. Jewel, anyone?

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