Aaron Carter Dies at 34
Aaron Carter, the American pop singer and actor behind songs like “I Need Sweet” and “That is How I Beat Shaq,” has died, The Hollywood Reporter and TMZ report and Pitchfork has confirmed. Carter was discovered lifeless on Saturday (November 5) in his residence in Lancaster, California. Police arrived on the scene after a 911 name was made claiming that the musician had drowned within the bathtub, in line with the stories. Carter was 34 years previous.
Aaron Carter started performing music when he was simply 7 years previous, releasing his eponymous debut album in 1997. His breakout LP, Aaron’s Celebration (Come and Get It), arrived in 2000, and featured the hit singles “I Need Sweet,” “Bounce,” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq.” He launched three extra studio albums in his lifetime: 2001’s Oh Aaron, 2002’s One other Earthquake, and 2018’s Løvë.
Aaron Carter was the youthful brother of Nick Carter, a member of fashionable late-Nineteen Nineties boy band Backstreet Boys. Early in his profession, Aaron toured repeatedly with the group. He additionally often made visitor appearances on Nickelodeon. Carter later appeared on ABC’s competitors collection Dancing With the Stars, in addition to the Broadway Dr. Seuss musical Seussical.
All through his grownup life, Aaron Carter was open about his difficulties with psychological sickness and substance misuse. Throughout a 2019 look on The Docs, Carter claimed he had been identified with a number of persona dysfunction, schizophrenia, and acute anxiousness. He additionally mentioned that he was manic depressive and mentioned the various medicines he’s been prescribed, together with antidepressants and Xanax. In 2017, Carter frolicked in a rehab facility, and he entered into an outpatient program earlier this yr.