Baylee Littrell details the kind of lover he's looking for with his latest release "Boxes," and now, he's giving a glimpse into his life with the lyric video for the charming country song.
The 16-year-old son of Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell premieres the lyric video for "Boxes" on Billboard today (May 16). The clip features shots of Littrell in the studio, on a beach, and, of course, with his dad.
The behind-the-scenes style video is reminisicent of the song's intimate lyrics, which is what Littrell loves most about "Boxes." “The chorus of 'Boxes' is haunting and very personal to me," Littrell says in a statement. "To be able to feel the lyrics you sing is pretty amazing."
Fans can hear "Boxes" and well as Littrell's debut single "Don't Knock It" live this summer, as the rising country singer is hitting the road with the Backstreet Boys when the group's DNA World Tour comes to North America in July. Before that, Littrell will perform at CMA Fest in Nashville, with a performance at Margaritaville's Boots in the Sand stage on June 7 and at the Maui Jim Broadway Stage on June 8.