His management confirmed the reports of his death.
His management said, “I have no comment at the moment. A statement will be released by the family shortly.” “Thank you for your understanding in this difficult time.”
It was not immediately clear what caused his death.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department responded on Saturday to the home of the singer in Lancaster, California. A criminal investigation is underway, the department stated.
Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter’s younger brother, the pop- and hip-hop singer used the opportunity to tour with the boy group in the late 90s.
Carter’s self-titled debut album was released in 1997 at the age of nine. It featured songs like “Crush on You.”
His second album, “Aaron’s Party, Come Get It”, was his most popular to date, selling more than 3,000,000 copies. It featured the song cover “I Want Candy.”
Carter released five studio records, the most recent being 2018’s “LOVE”. He was also seen on Broadway’s musical “Seussical,” and on TV’s show “Dancing with the Stars.
He had his first child last January. He and Melanie Martin, his fiancée, announced the arrival of Prince in November 2021.
Carter, who suffered from substance abuse issues in the past, revealed to The U.S. Sun, in September, that he had entered a month-long rehabilitation program outpatient program following his loss of custody.
Carter tweeted, “Lots of hard work this year. And learning curves.” “Focusing on being the best fiance/husband and dad I can be.”