'Give Glory Where Glory is Due'

Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell talks about his solo album, his faith, and why he almost left the music business behind.

Brian Littrell
If you've listened to a pop-music station anytime over the past decade, chances are you've heard a song by the Backstreet Boys. With such hits as "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)," "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)," and "I Want It That Way," the quintet is known for its success in combining bubblegum pop, romantic ballads, and cool dance moves--and for making preteen girls swoon. Now, one of the Boys, Brian Littrell, wants to take his talent in another direction--toward God. His debut solo album, "Welcome Home," which hit stores a few weeks ago, is full of the kind of "pop positive" music he's wanted to record for a long time—traditional gospel, inspirational, and Christian Contemporary music. He recently spoke with Beliefnet about being public with his faith, what drove him to almost quit the music business, and why being happy "doesn't sell."



Listen to Brian Littrell:
  • Why being happy "doesn't sell"
  • Being public with his faith
  • Wanting to leave the business
  • Singing "Welcome Home"
  • His first experience with prayer
  • The prayer he says with his son


  • How do you plan on balancing your career as a member of the Backstreet Boys with your career as a solo artist?

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