Brian Littrell's Son Baylee Follows Dad's Musical Footsteps With Country Debut


Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell isn’t the one musically inclined one within the household. His 16-year-old son Baylee jumped in on the motion with the discharge of his debut nation single, “Don’t Knock It,” on Friday (Nov. 30).

“It actually felt proper,” former Broadway Disaster! actor Baylee advised People. “My mother, dad and I had been simply speaking about it one evening and so they stated they thought now was the right time to begin.”

The heat, twangy, sunshine-filled jam was impressed by the Backstreet Boys collab with Florida Georgia Line, “God, Your Mama, And Me.” Baylee’s relaxed voice cruises by way of the refrain about turning a lady nation: “Four wheel drivin' on some filth/ Mama's cookin' after church/ Maybe simply possibly you'll prefer it/ So lady don't knock it 'til you attempt it."

Just days after his birthday, Baylee’s mother, Leighanne, threw him a candy 16 get together in Atlanta the place he carried out his new single for buddies, household and Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson. He stated he's excited to be doing what he loves.      

“My dad has at all times been my champion, so he’s at all times advised me to only do what I need to do and comply with my desires, and to do my greatest and never overthink it,” Baylee advised the journal. “It’s actually simply taken a lot strain off.” Listen to a little bit of the music beneath.