Renowned artist Aaron Carter shares a new collaboration piece “She Just Wanna Ride” featuring one of a kind singer and producer 3D Friends. The pop song uses entrancing soundscapes, drawing the listener closer into the story. “She Just Wanna Ride” paints a vivid picture of a person who wants it all—“she just wanna live her life,” goes the line. Fusing powerful beats and ecstatic melodies with the vocals of the two artists, “She Just Wanna Ride” is truly a stunning piece, bound to make a lot of noise. The song debuts alongside a beautifully directed music video that depicts the two artists in a deserted natural setting, where they ride various vehicles as they sing and move to the music.
Aaron Carter is a multi-platinum pop singer and is widely regarded as one of the biggest pop acts of all time. He achieved wild success with his self-titled debut album and sold 10 million copies worldwide and is listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest singer to have four consecutive top ten singles. Aaron has performed live around the world to millions of fans.
In 2017, Aaron released his first song in 14 years called “Sooner Or Later”. In less than eight months, it generated over 75 million streams on Spotify and ended up on Spotify’s “Today’s Top Hits,” the US Viral Chart, and the Global Viral Chart. His album LØVË came out in 2018, gathering millions of streams. “For me, it’s all about the music. And if there is one lesson I’ve learned this [last] year, it’s to not dwell on the past, but to live for the future,” the artist said about the album.
3D Friends is an American singer-songwriter and record producer from Austin, Texas, who began his solo career in 2009 and has since then accumulated quite the fame. His single “Lina Magic” was chosen as the theme song for MTV's North American version of the hit television show Skins, after which the artist’s music has been continuously featured in many other MTV productions, notably the World of Jenks, Underemployed, The Pauly D Project, and Punk'd, in addition to ABC's Revenge and Bravo's Gallery Girls.
With influences from Destroyer to The Radio Dept, 3D Friends is certainly a unique and talented artist in the game. Joining forces with a superstar like Aaron Carter, the two creatives are working on more collaborative songs to put on Carter’s upcoming album Blacklisted.