At the end of the show, the quintet brought in the rapper to help them create their classic hit “I Want It That Way” for his hometown, but not before Drizzy told the delighted audience about his personal connection to the song.
“At age 13, I had a bar mitzvah,” he explains each Rolling Stone, “And at my bar mitzvah, for the first time in my life, this woman I loved approached me and one of the most beautiful songs in the world was playing, and she asked me if I would dance with her. And it was the first time I felt recognized, and it was the first time I felt like I wanted to be cool. ”
Drake appeared to have a time in his life as he ran the Top 10 hit from 1999 with the group, and even got a surprise when Howie Dorough included a snippet of his own 2013 single “Hold On, We ‘re Goin’ Home ”to the song.
Check out part of Drake’s performance with the Backstreet Boys below and get tickets to see the veteran pop act on their ongoing “DNA World Tour” HERE.
His BSB concert appearance comes just weeks after Drake dropped his surprise, dance -powered seventh album HONESTLY NEVERMIND. The new LP-a follow-up to the 2021’s Certified Lover Boy – has a highlight “Falling Back,” which consequences named ours Song of the Week to release it.
What’s Better Than I Want That?
– Backstreet Boys (@backstreetboys) July 3, 2022