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American musician and rapper Aaron Charles Carter was born on December 7, 1987, and passed away on November 5, 2022. He first gained recognition as a teen pop singer in the late 1990s, and his four studio albums helped him become a household name among preteen and teenage audiences in the early years of the twenty-first century.
After his brother Nick’s group the Backstreet Boys formed, Carter started performing at the age of seven. At nine, he launched his self-titled first album in 1997, which went on to sell a million copies worldwide. Three million copies of his second album, Aaron’s Party (Come Get It), were sold in the US when it was released in 2000. Shortly after, Carter started doing backstreet boy tours and making cameos on Nickelodeon. Carter’s subsequent album, Oh Aaron, also achieved platinum status. In 2002, he launched Another Earthquake!, his final studio album for more than fifteen years, which was followed by his Most Requested Hits compilation in 2003.
Carter made a number of one-off appearances on Dancing with the Stars, as well as appearances in the Broadway productions of Seussical and The Fantasticks, as well as on Broadway. He released the track “Ooh Wee” in 2014, which featured rapper Pat SoLo. In addition to the EP Love in 2017, Carter also released the single “Fool’s Gold” in 2016. 2018 saw the release of Love, his fifth studio album. Blacklisted, his sixth and last album, was released two days following his unintentional drug-related death.
On December 7, 1987, Aaron Charles Carter was born in Tampa, Florida. His parents owned a retirement community: Jane Eleonora Schneck (née Spaulding, formerly Carter) and Robert Gene Carter (1952–2017). He had three sisters: Leslie (1986–2012), Bobbie Jean (BJ), and his twin, Angel, a model. His older brother, Nick, was a member of the Backstreet Boys. The family came from Jamestown, New York, originally. 2004 saw the divorce of his parents. An hour before Carter’s MTV Cribs show was to film, he was informed about the divorce.
Apart from his biological siblings, he also had two half-siblings: Ginger Lee Carter (1972–2023), who was older, and Kaden Carter, who was younger. Carter went to the Florida Ruskin School and the Frank D. Miles Elementary School.