Tate McRae is a rising popstar hailing from Calgary, Canada. She was born on July 1, 2003, and began her artistic journey as a dancer at a young age. She competed on "So You Think You Can Dance" in 2016 and finished in third place. This led her to perform in various dance competitions and events.
In 2017, Tate started writing her own music and uploading it to YouTube. Her talent and unique sound quickly gained attention, and she went on to release her debut single "One Day" in 2019. The song was a hit and garnered millions of streams on various platforms.
Tate's music is a blend of pop and indie, with poignant lyrics that reflect the struggles of growing up. Her powerful vocals and relatable lyrics have earned her a dedicated fanbase, and she has performed at various music festivals and events worldwide.
Apart from music, Tate is also passionate about activism and using her platform to raise awareness for issues such as mental health and the Black Lives Matter movement. She has been vocal about her own struggles with anxiety and depression, and wants to inspire her fans to prioritize their mental health.
In 2020, Tate released her EP "All the Things I Never Said," which showcases her songwriting and artistic growth. The EP features emotional tracks such as "Stupid" and "All My Friends Are Fake."
As Tate continues to churn out hit after hit, it's clear that she's here to stay in the music industry. With her unique sound and relatable lyrics, she's making a name for herself as one of the most promising artists of her generation.