The all-time favorite, Back Street boys collaborated with famous, DJ and producer Steve Aoki, for a new release titled ‘Let it Be Me’.
The clip is collection of stories of ordinary humans. It tells the stories of love’s win over loathe and the struggle to battle, life deteriorating diseases.
There’s a man whose wife battles cancer, a woman whose parents disown her for having a different sexuality, a man who has lost his ability to hear, and the struggle of a transgender, who lives under perpetual fear.
From the official Twitter handle of Backstreet Boys, a tweet read, “The #LetItBeMe music video with @steveaoki premiered on MTV. This is a special one for all of us. It’s about working through challenges that life brings to be with the person you love”.
The Backstreet Boys, Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, Aj McLean, Howie Dorough, and Nick Carter, have made a beautiful music, tuning with Steve’s trademark electro-pop.
Directed by Tyler Dunning Evans, the four minute melody’s chorus, has left the fans wanting for more.
“Nothing that’s easy is worth it
Nothing that’s worth it is perfect
Yeah, I’ve been thinking to myself, to myself
I want you all to myself, no one else
Even if it gives me hell, baby,
I would take it all for ya”
These lyrics resonate with every individual on completely different personal level. It gives voice to every lover’s silent desire.
In a statement given by Aoki, he says, “Being able to work with these guys was so organic and effortless. Collaborating with a group that I’ve been listening to since I was a kid was such a memorable moment for me.”
He further adds, “This song has a beautiful message and relates to a lot of different people overcoming challenges when you love someone, and love always wins in the end. I’m really proud of this one and I know it will touch a lot of people.”