Backstreet Boys Get A ‘Crazy’ Welcome At A Mumbai Hotel As Staff Surprises Them By Performing On Their Song, Nick Carter Says “This Is The First Time…”

Mumbai hotel staff dance to welcome Backstreet Boys (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Members of popular American ex-boy band ‘Backstreet Boys’, who are all set to start the India leg of their DNA World Tour, are welcomed by the staff of a Mumbai hotel with a dance to their all-time hit number, ‘Larger Than’ Went. life’.

Tweeting about it from the hotel lobby on Wednesday, the band’s frontman Nick Carter said, “This is the first time I’ve seen this in my entire career… Crazy!”

The Backstreet Boys, who have been setting hits and records since 1993, have been making the wrong kind of news lately because of sexual assault allegations against them car driver,

Carter and AJ McLeanAnother prominent sound from the Backstreet Boys, they were greeted at the airport by hordes of paparazzi waiting to catch a glimpse of the musicians. The band members were surprised by the reception they received and began recording every moment of their arrival.

The group, which was formed in 1993, is in India for its DNA World Tour 2023. The band will first perform in Mumbai on 4th May, following which it will set the tone for music lovers in Delhi on 5th May. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

The group rose to prominence in 1996 with their debut album ‘Backstreet Boys’. He released his second international album ‘Backstreets Back’ in 1997 and rose to superstardom with his third studio album ‘Millennium’, anchored by the worldwide hit ‘I Want It’. that way’.

The band has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making it the best-selling boy band of all time, and one of the world’s best-selling music artists.

The Backstreet Boys hold the record for being the first group since Led Zeppelin to have their first 10 albums reach the top 10 on the Billboard 200, and the only boy band to do so.

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