The Backstreet Boys just signed to RCA Records for their 10th studio album, but this time around the iconic boy band might be switching up thier style.
In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight, member AJ McLean discussed their aims for some high profile guests on what will be their 10th album. “We’re reaching out to people who we were always inspired by or who may have been fans and we didn’t even know,” he said. “We’ve all made friends with different people.”
He then disclosed exactly who they were hitting up for potential collaborations. “Nick’s been talking to Steve Aoki,” he said. “Howie talked to Zedd, who’s been a big, big fan [and] Diplo, we’ve also talked to.”
“We’ve also done stuff with The Chainsmokers, and those guys are amazing and out in Vegas with a residency as well, so who knows.”
Later on in the interview, the iconic ’90s pop group mentioned Timbaland, who Nick Carter has been working on the show Boy Band with, could be another viable option.
Outside of the studio, the group is currently keeping busy with their Las Vegas residency at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood.