Love Somebody

Album: In a World Like This (2013)


  • Nick Carter and Howie Dorough wrote this tune with producer Jordan Omley, who also co-penned the title track to Backstreet Boys' This Is Us album. Carter told the story of the song to "Jordan had this idea, we came in and sat down with him. The one thing that I can do is I can write lyrics, I can write melodies and hooks. I'm an all encompassed person. So, we just sat down and banged it out."

    "He had this idea for a hook for 'Love Somebody,'" continued Carter, "and we relate to that so let's speak to it. We then came up with the first verse, second verse. It was a collaboration, that's what songwriting is, especially in the pop industry. It's fun to work with different producers that can give certain things. Different tastes and different feelings to each song."


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