It's been nonstop studio time for Aaron Carter since the former teen heartthrob signed with Sony RAL. After unveiling his comeback single "Fool's Gold" last year, Carter dropped the five-track LøVë EP this past February and has plans for a full-length album.
"The reaction for the LøVë EP has been great. I wrote it and produced it...It was all based on a previous relationship where I didn't feel like I was being loved," the 29-year-old tells Fuse. "When you don't feel loved, you're not loved."
But Carter plans to highlight "all the better sides to love" on his upcoming studio album, a sentiment that mirrors his current focus on positivity, taking care of himself and regaining his career.
"I worked so hard to get back on tour and get back on the road. I lost pretty much all of my career, you know? And I had to regain it back, and it's been very difficult. But the moral of this story is just don't ever give up," he says.
Next, look back at a 2014 exclusive interview with Carter for Fuse Follows, in which he preps for his set at House of Blues in Anaheim, California: