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Singer/songwriter/dancer Tate McRae has become the artist on the rise. She currently has over 2 billion career streams with over 3.3 million subscribers and over 500 million video views on YouTube. She was listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 List for 2021 as the youngest musician on the list as well as Apple’s Up Next Artist for 2021, Amazon’s Artist to Watch in 2021, Pandora’s Artists To Watch 2021 list and included on Billboard’s 21 Under 21 One’s To Watch list. She was also named one of YouTube’s Artist on the Rise, and MTV’s Push Artist for July 2020. Tate’s breakout hit, “you broke me first” reached #1 at Top 40 radio and has over 1 billion stream worldwide. The track is not only double platinum in the US, but 4x PLATINUM in Ireland, 3x PLATINUM in Australia and Singapore, 2x PLATINUM in Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway and Sweden, PLATINUM in the Austria, Netherlands, South Africa, Taiwan and the UK, and GOLD in Denmark, Germany and Indonesia. Tate’s current single “working” with Khalid currently has over 20 million streams worldwide and just reached the Top 20 at Top 40 radio. Tate is also featured on DJ Regard’s #1 Dance hit “You” with Troye Sivan and featured on blackbear’s recent track “u love u.” Her TOO YOUNG TO BE SAD EP is also available here. This summer/fall, Tate will also hit the festival circuit making stops at Wonderstruck Music Festival, Lollapolooza, Leeds Festival, Reading Music Festival, Bonnaroo, Music Midtown, Firefly, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits and more. Her 2022 North American Tour will hit 23 cities across the US starting next March.
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