Aaron Carter was not among the star-studded performers at this year's Coachella festival. The singer decided to party in Las Vegas instead.
Carter decided to skip the desert of California for the Coachella festival over the weekend. Instead, the 29-year-old headed to Las Vegas, where he performed on stage at the Go Pool at Flamingo. The singer looked relax as he sang on stage garbed in tattered jean shorts paired with an open jean jacket.
TMZ shared several photos of Carter singing in front of the audience. According to the publication, he attracted a big crowd. The audience seemed to have enjoyed his performance, based on their happy faces.
Carter also took some photos with the crowd. He definitely looked like he enjoyed his time in Las Vegas, as much as the partygoers enjoyed theirs at Coachella. According to the publication, Carter was the King of Sin City at that moment.
It is unknown what Carter performed in Las Vegas. Perhaps he sang some songs from his comeback album for the crowd, including "Fool's Gold" and "Sooner or Later." Carter released his album "LøVë" in February after over a decade of being out in the music industry.
Carter talked about returning to music in an interview with Vulture. He said that he worked on "LøVë" for two years back at his home in Malibu. He worked on the record with the help of Melania Fontana, who has worked with the Chainsmokers.
Carter said that he decided to return to making music because it is what he loves. His past struggles encouraged him to pursue the career he left 14 years ago. "When you lose everything you gain the hunger, you become hungry and when I go back to my instincts, my instinct was I love making music," Carter said in his interview.