Aaron Carter Useless: Artists React – Billboard


Aaron Carter, who rose to fame as a toddler pop star with hits like “Aaron’s Social gathering (Come Get It)” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq,” died on the age of 34 on Saturday (Nov. 5). Within the wake of his demise, fellow artists paid tribute to Aaron, the youthful brother of Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter.

Carter’s supervisor confirmed his demise to Billboard on Saturday. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Division additionally informed The Hollywood Reporter {that a} suspicious demise happened at Carter’s deal with however didn’t affirm the id.

“Fame at a younger age is commonly extra a curse than a blessing and Surviving it isn’t straightforward. RIP Aaron Carter,” legendary songwriter Diane Warren wrote on Twitter.

Carter’s self-titled debut album was launched in 1997, and it was adopted by 2000’s Aaron’s Social gathering (Come and Get It), which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. He went on to launch three extra studio albums: Oh Aaron (2001), One other Earthquake! (2002) and Love (2018). Carter additionally labored in scripted and actuality tv, with highlights together with an look on Lizzie McGuire, starring alongside his siblings on Home of Carters and competing on Dancing With the Stars.

“No…. This @aaroncarter information is heartbreaking… this child had such a spark,” wrote musician Tyler Hilton. “Recognized him for years and all the time actually favored him, he was heat and actually humorous. Cherished placing on a present and he was good at it. Unwell discover some pics of us and submit extra later… rattling RIP budddd.”

See the reactions to Aaron Carter’s demise under.


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