Backstreet Boys Answer As Korn Covers ‘I Want It That’

Korn shared footage of them singing the Backstreet Boys classic ‘I Want It That Way’ – check out below.

The band Nu-Metal were shooting the video for their new single “Worst Is On Its Way” when they apparently took a short break to re-watch 1999 pop music.

In the clip, which Korn posted on his TikTok, the whole band can be seen singing ‘I Want It That Way’ – check it out below.

@ horn

I never want to hear you say … “The worst is on the way” ♾ #korn #korntok #requiem #worstisonitsway #behindthevideo #backstreetboys #iwantitthatway #whowouldnt

♬ Original sound – Korn

Building on the concept, the band then shared an image of them recreating the cover art of Backstreet Boys’ third album, Millennium 1999, alongside the caption “Kornstreet Boys.”

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Nick Carter from the Backstreet Boys performed a duet with TikTok. Dressed as a member of Korn, he shared a look of disbelief and wrote “can someone tell me how to do the hair and makeup?” next to the clip.

Brian ‘Head’ from Korn Welch replied asking, “What the hell is going on here? Are they hacking accounts?” before recommending Carter. “Good play,” he wrote on Instagram, sharing photos of you and bassist Korn Reginald ‘Fieldy’ Arvizu behind the scenes at Carter’s’ Backstreet Boys’ DNA ‘world tour.

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Fieldy took a break from Korn in 2021 to deal with “bad habits” and the band discussed returning to tour earlier this year.

Korn released their 14th album “Requiem” in February. Speaking to NME, Welch said: “I feel, on this record, that we have grown as human beings emotionally. Music is healing us all. I have found my faith; I have music and I am medication for my depression. “

In other news, the Backstreet Boys have announced the dates for their “DNA” world tour in the UK and Europe.

To help those forced to flee their homes in Ukraine, the Backstreet Boys will contribute part of the ticket sales from their “DNA” world tour to UNHCR, the United Nations Refugee Agency, to refugees and displaced persons in Ukraine and to protect and assist the neighborhood. countries.


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