Two Stellar Performances for Saturday Night Live
Pop superstar and singer-songwriter Tate McRae gave two spectacular performances at Saturday Night Live. She sang “grave” and “greedy” for the audience, delivering a demanding presence and unwavering vocal confidence. “greedy” brought sass and attitude to the stage with its punchy beats and incredible choreography. McRae balanced out the power and energy of “greedy” with her laid-back delivery of her song “grave.” Then, she slowed down her second performance, layering her smooth voice over a somber piano.
Tate McRae Announces World Tour and Upcoming Album
The viral 20-year-old star also announced a 54-date tour, spanning across the globe and kicking off on April 17th. In Europe, she is set to perform in Dublin, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Cologne, Amsterdam, Antwerpen, Stockholm, Oslo, Frederiksberg, Hamburg, Berlin, Královské Vinohardy, Warszawa, Zürich, Wien, Munich, Milan, Paris, Barcelona, Madrid and Lisboa. Next in North America, the Canadian singer will be sharing her talent with Woodinville, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Austin, Houston, Irving, Rogers, Cincinnati, Toronto, Sterling Heights, Maryland Heights, Minneapolis, Nashville, Indianapolis, Boston, Washington, Philadelphia, Raleigh, Atlanta and New York. Finally, she’ll be closing in Melbourne, Red Hill, Brisbane, Moore Park, Hindmarsh, Melbourne, Auckland and Wellington in Australia and New Zealand.
Tate McRae has been consistently building upwards momentum, making exciting steps forward in her impressive career. She’s amassed hundreds of millions of streams, with songs like “you broke me first” breaking over one billion streams. She continues blazing forward on her path with the release of her latest high-octane single “exes.” Her latest, punchy single is just a teaser gearing up for her next album. Think Later will be McRae’s sophomore album, following 2022’s i used to think i could fly. Her next album releases on December 9th, 2023.
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