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The 11 most GIF-able moments from Aaron Carter's 'Aaron's Party'

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On Sept. 26, 2000, Aaron Carter dropped his sophomore studio album Aaron’s Party (Come Get It), and with it came the famed title track. Just 12¬†years old at the time of the record’s release, Nick Carter’s little brother informed listeners with the debut of “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)” that he always tried to be the flyest kid on the block and was down to party in a serious way.

While the album also included Carter’s take on the classic “I Want Candy,” the boastful and entirely false “That’s How I Beat Shaq,” and the creatively titled “The Clapping Song,” no other single could quite measure up to the impact of “Aaron’s Party.” In recognition of the 15th anniversary of the hard-partying anthem and its 14-track album, EW brought Carter into the future with the 11 most GIF-able moments from his unforgettable music video, ahead.

 

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