High Five: Which One Am I? by Howie D

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

Remember Howie D from the Backstreet Boys? He’s back with a brand-new solo album called Which One Am I? – and this one’s for the whole family to enjoy.

The album is all about self-exploration, with Howie singing about personal topics like his Hispanic roots and how he developed his sense of identity. He reminisces about childhood in ‘Back In The Day’ (a Kinderling World Premiere), sings about overcoming nerves in the Boy Band ballad ‘The Me I’m Meant To Be, and throws in some family favourites as well.

Now a dad of two young boys, Howie D wanted to make an album he could share with his kids – and that’s just what he did!

 

Have a sneak listen!

Hear more from Howie by following him on Facebook, Instagram or YouTube.

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