Tate McRae & Khalid are “Working” it on New Collab

Canadian breakout artist Tate McRae and Khalid got together for their new summer song, “Working.”

The “Working” Music Video is Coming!

The multi-talented dancer, singer, and songwriter Tate McRae kicked off with her Too Young To Be Sad EP in March. She has since released a collaboration with Troye Sivan, “You,” and a gloomy new ballad for Amazon’s Panic series Darkest Hour. More recently, she worked alongside blackbear for their track “u love u”. Now, she’s back with another new big collaboration; this time featuring R&B “Location” darling Khalid, who is “Working” alongside her on their bouncy new single.

“I am so stoked for this song I did with Khalid,” Tate said in a press release. “I usually release a lot of songs that are pretty emotional but this one is just a straight summer bop. We had such a fun time creating this song — I seriously can’t wait for everyone to hear it.”

On Twitter, Tate restated that point, writing, “This new song is a summer boppity. Like, who am I singing a somewhat happy song?… I have been writing some tear jerkers lately so this is new for me”. The video is coming “very soon,” she confirmed on her Instagram.

Tate McRae: From Artist on the Rise to Khalid Collaborator

Tate has a bunch of festival dates lined up for the summer and fall. These include  Wonderstruck Music Festival, Lollapolooza, Leeds Festival, Reading Music Festival, Bonnaroo, Music Midtown, Firefly, Governor’s Ball, Austin City Limits and more. She currently has over two 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. Also, Amazon’s Artist to Watch in 2021 and  Pandora’s Artists To Watch 2021 list. She was included on Billboard’s 21 Under 21 Ones To Watch list. Alongside all those immense achievements, she was also named one of YouTube’s Artists on the Rise, and MTV’s Push Artist for July 2020.

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