Producers include: Lucas & Mickey P, Dreamscape, Shep & Kenny, Riprock 'N' Alex G.
As he eases into teenhood, Aaron Carter, younger brother of Backstreet Boy Nick, continues to spin out one slice of hook-filled teenpop after another. As on his previous efforts, Carter splits his time between rapping, R&B crooning, and jubilant pop singing. Though pulling a Willie/Julio on "To All the Girls" might seem a bit premature for a 14-year-old, he IS a pop hearthrob, and the girls in question are probably no older than the singer. The opening title track finds Carter in full-on hip-hop mode, while "Keep Believing" is a heart-on-sleeve romantic R&B-laced ballad filling much the same function as "I'm All About You" did on the previous year's OH AARON. True, he doesn't deviate much from his pre-established template, but do you really think Aaron's devoted, predominantly female fans would want him to?