Here's a little bit of old school for you -- that goes a little something like this:
The "flyest kid on the block" celebrated his 27th birthday Dec. 7th -- so we're taking a trip down memory lane back to the year 2000, when ET caught up with 12-year-old Aaron Carter for the release of his album "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)."
Back then, "all the fine girls couldn't turn him down," including one crazed fan who took it a step too far.
"A fan jumped on the back of the [tour] bus and was clinged on it and hooked on the ladder, and was on the back of the bus for like two hours," said Aaron. "I said, ‘here -- if you get off, I'll sign an autograph and we'll call a cab for you to go home.’"
While Aaron was a pre-teen star on the rise, the effects of fame were already hitting him -- especially when it came to his friends.
"I try to have friends but if I tell them anything, they get kind of jealous," Aaron told ET. "When they come over the house it's, 'I want to play Nintendo in your house! Can I go in your house? Can I meet your brother?' Stuff like that."
But music wasn't Aaron’s first passion. He had goals of eventually leaving the music industry to follow his true passion.
"My ultimate goal is to be a marine biologist because that's my dream. I always wanted to be one and I always wanted to be a discoverer and go around the world, see different things."
If you're not quite ready for Aaron to drop the mic, fear not! He is currently on a tour around the world aptly titled "The Wonderful World Tour." Yay!
Check out this video for more from 12-year-old Aaron (and his party).