Watch: Backstreet Boys, Steve Aoki's Let It Be Me features real stories about love
Pop group Backstreet Boys and DJ-record producer Steve Aoki have released the music video for their latest collaboration -- Let it be me. The clip is a collection of stories from real humans.
Let it be me features men and women telling stories of love's triumph over hate and disease. There's a man whose wife battles cancer, a woman whose parents disowned her for being gay, a deaf man who feels he's less than others, and a trans woman who lives her life in constant fear. There's a happy ending for all, reports billboard.com.
"The #LetItBeMe music video with @steveaoki premiered on @MTV. This is a special one for all of us. It's about working through any challenges that life brings to be with the person you love," read a tweet from the official Twitter handle of the Backstreet Boys, which consists of Brian Littrell, Kevin Richardson, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough and Nick Carter.
The #LetItBeMe music video with @steveaoki premiered this morning on @MTV! This is a special one for all of us. It’s about working through any challenges that life brings to be with the person you love. Watch it now at https://t.co/7daSQDEEue pic.twitter.com/9xoQESfZC5— Backstreet Boys (@backstreetboys) September 9, 2019