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Aaron Carter’s Career Timeline: From ‘Crush on You’ and ‘Aaron’s Party’ to Broadway, TV and ‘Love’

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Aaron Carter died on Nov. 5, 2022 at the age of 34. The singer and younger brother of Backstreet Boys‘ Nick Carter passed away at his Los Angeles home.

Although Carter more recently made headlines for what went on his personal life — he was often open about about his struggles with substance abuse and mental health, and had several stints in rehab — his career that spanned more than two decades saw him release five studio albums, with the first dropping in 1997 when he was just nine years old. Over the years, Carter’s career also took him to Broadway and both scripted and reality television.

Below, revisit the highlights of Carter’s career timeline — from first single “Crush on You” to the hits that appeared on Billboard‘s charts to the final studio album released before his death, plus the various other entertainment credits on his résumé.

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