Aaron Carter Releases New Single Ahead Of His First Album In 15 Years!

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Dec. 8 2017, Published 4:41 p.m. ET

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2017 has not been the easiest of years for pop singer Aaron Carter, as he dealt with major personal issues including getting arrested for an alleged DUI and marijuana possession in July and being in a “severe” car accident this past September.  Now, he’s looking to put his past behind by dropping a new song ahead of his first album in 15 years!  Click-through for the details.  

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He released his new single called “Don’t Say Goodbye” on Friday, one day after his 30th birthday on December 7th.

He teased the song yesterday, saying on Twitter "I’m excited about my new release #dontsaygoodbye without all the negative bulls**t, it feels good To be in the place that I am today.”

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“Don’t Say Goodbye” is the first song to be released off his upcoming album LøVë, which is set for a February release.  The gratitude he has for his fans is very clear, as he exclaimed on Twitter "Thank u to everyone who supports me and my music and actually listens I have a message it’s love hard love love that I can’t live without.”

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Aaron’s year in 2017 has been filled with several different problems and major turmoil for him. He was in and out of rehab for months as his friends and family worried about the singer’s mental health and well-being.

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He also had a very public feud with his older brother Nick Carter during his troubled times, but it looks like the two of them are on good terms again.

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After Nick wished him a Happy Birthday, Aaron replied saying “You’re An awesome person bro! I’m always in your corner.” Looks like a comeback could be in play for the troubled pop star as he looks to leave his issues in the past and focus on what makes him happy.

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What are your thoughts of Aaron attempting to revitalize his career? Sound off in the comments!


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