Let It Snow is the first new album in four years from vocal quartet 98 Degrees - comprised of Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons - and renowned for their signature R&B-tinged, four-part harmonies. It's also a follow-up 18 years in the making to the now classic, platinum-certified This Christmas. The new album, recorded at Sound Factory in Los Angeles, CA was produced by Andy and Thom Mak and executive produced by Grammy-nominated music, TV and film producer Adam Anders (Glee, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Backstreet Boys, The Jonas Brothers).
Let It Snow features twelve Christmas songs such as the title track, "What Christmas Means To Me" (originally recorded by Stevie Wonder), "Little Saint Nick," "Run Rudolph Run," "The First Noel" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Each track was personally selected by each member of the band.
Recording Let It Snow was an easy decision. "As a group, our favorite record, hands down, is [This Christmas]," says Drew. "We're proud of the music, the harmonies, the production. It's a Christmas record that every year people can put on and enjoy." "We have primarily a female audience, but we'll have guys come up to us and say, 'You know what? I love the Christmas album; my mom bought it for me.' It's bro code that the Christmas album's allowed," Timmons jokingly adds.