98 Levels hilariously made a comic story about NSYNC‘s reunion going down round the similar time as their very own, in a brand new interview. The boy band, who was once most well liked all over their step forward within the Nineteen Nineties, sat down with Andy Cohen to talk about their new song, traveling plans, and extra, on SiriusXM, and was once requested what they concept concerning the fellow boy band reuniting on level on the 2023 MTV Video Tune Awards ultimate week. “Stole the thunder,” singer Nick Lachey, 49, joked.
NSYNC additionally lately recreated considered one of their band’s epic footage from the peak in their luck, in an Instagram video, and introduced a comeback unmarried referred to as “Higher Position,” which is their first new track in two decades. “Who had us pose like that?!” they requested within the caption, regarding the humorous issues they had been doing for the snapshot.
All the way through their interview, 98 Levels additional mentioned their emotions at the NSYNC reunion and admitted it’s in truth a excellent factor for his or her band as neatly. “When one succeeds, all of us prevail. As a result of we’re all roughly like us, NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, we’re all clumped into the similar, into the similar roughly pile there. So, if one’s increased, it elevates everyone,” member Drew Lachey, 47, defined.
“However I imply, satisfied for the ones guys in my opinion too, as a result of we clearly know them neatly at this level,” Nick additionally added. “And excited for the truth that they’re with a bit of luck gonna do that — they’ve held up for a very long time, so [have it] be a large second. Yeah. Arms crossed.”
Along with Nick and Drew, the opposite participants of 98 Levels come with Jeff Timmons, 50, and Justin Jeffre, 50. Previous this month, they printed they’re making extra song in combination and embarking on a twenty fifth Anniversary Excursion. The proficient musicians are recognized for coming again in combination through the years regardless of main separate careers for probably the most phase since 2003. After a 10-year hiatus, they launched the albums 2.0 in 2013 and Let It Snow in 2017.
In a up to date interview with Us Weekly, the blokes within the band admitted they aren’t frightened of competing with different boy bands, outdated and new, as a result of their paintings ethic is fantastic. “We name ourselves the blue-collar boy band,” Drew informed the opening, earlier than Nick added, “Our mindset was once at all times, ‘You may out-dance us, chances are you’ll out-sing us, however you certain as hell gained’t out-work us.’ We were given found out the old-school method, making a song for cash and meals. I’m very happy with how we got here up.”