Tate McRae Biography: Age, Height, Songs, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Movies, TV Shows, Real Name, Twitter

July 15, 2023 0 Posted By Lorenza Nicholas

Biography

Tate Rosner McRae (born 1 July 2003) is a sensational Canadian artist effortlessly mesmerizing audiences with her unique blend of talents. She is a singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress carving a distinct path in the industry. 

Her breakout moment came with the viral success of her debut single, One Day, a phenomenon that spread like wildfire across YouTube and TikTok.

Building upon this early triumph, Tate McRae has since delighted fans by releasing two remarkable EPs: All the Things I Never Said (2020) and Too Young to Be Sad (2021). Her debut album, I Used to Think I Could Fly, was released in 2023.

Tate McRae‘s artistry defies boundaries, blending pop, R&B, and electronic elements to create her own sound uniquely. Her introspective lyrics and soulful vocals have struck a chord with listeners, garnering her a dedicated following and earning praise from critics who applaud her authentic and relatable songwriting.

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Wiki Facts & About Data
Full Name: Tate Rosner McRae
Stage Name: Tate McRae
Born: 1 July 2003 (age 20 years old)
Place of Birth: Calgary, Canada
Education: Western Canada High School
Nationality: Canadian
Height: 1.73 m
Parents: Tanja Rosner, Todd Rosner
Siblings: Tucker McRae
Spouse: Not Married
Boyfriend • Partner: Cole Sillinger (2022-2023), Jonny Hader (2019-2022), Noah Centineo (rum.), Josh Richards (rum.)
Children: N/A
Occupation: Singer • Actress
Net Worth: $2 million

Early Life & Education

Tate McRae, a rising star from the enchanting city of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, was born on July 1, 2003. Growing up alongside her cherished brother, Tucker McRae, she was surrounded by the love and support of her parents. 

Her mother, Tanja Rosner, embraced the airwaves with her captivating voice and imparted her passion for dance, while her father, Todd Rosner, a stalwart of justice, guided her with his wisdom.

Tate McRae embarked on her educational journey at Western Canada High School, immersing herself in a world of knowledge and growth. However, as her artistic endeavours flourished and her dreams took flight, she faced a delicate balancing act. 

In 2022, Tate McRae pursued her studies through an online university program. This choice, born out of her vibrant spirit and determination, allows her to explore the intricate realms of music theory and composition, nurturing her talents and expanding her creative horizons.

Career

Tate McRae has emerged as a remarkable force in the industry. Her debut single, One Day, erupted across YouTube and TikTok, propelling her to new heights of fame and adoration. With a unique blend of pop, R&B, and electronic influences, McRae‘s soulful vocals and introspective lyrics have struck a chord with listeners worldwide.

Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Tate McRae‘s journey began at a young age when she discovered her love for dance. Competing in numerous dance competitions throughout her formative years, she honed her skills and ultimately graced the stage of the acclaimed reality show, So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation as a finalist in 2016.

Tate McRae‘s musical career took flight with the release of her debut EP, All the Things I Never Said, in 2020. The EP’s profound impact was evident through the resonating success of its singles You Broke Me First, and She’s All I Wanna Be. Her sophomore EP, Too Young to Be Sad, continued to captivate audiences, boasting the infectious hit single, Working on Myself.

In 2022, Tate McRae‘s highly anticipated debut album, I Used to Think I Could Fly, soared to the top of the charts, affirming her status as a rising star. This musical opus showcased her growth as an artist, weaving poignant narratives and captivating melodies into an extraordinary tapestry of sound.

Tate McRae‘s remarkable talent has been acknowledged with prestigious accolades, including the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Push Act in 2021. Her indelible impact on the music scene has also earned her a nomination for the esteemed Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 2023, solidifying her place among music’s brightest stars.

Beyond her musical achievements, Tate McRae remains committed to her education. After graduating online in 2022, she continues pursuing her academic goals, studying music theory and composition through an online university program.

Awards & Nominations

  • 2023 Juno Award nominations: TikTok Juno Fan Choice, Album of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, Pop Album of the Year
  • 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards nominations: Best Cover Song, Best New Pop Artist, Dance Song of the Year
  • 2021 BreakTudo Awards nominations: International Artist on the Rise, International Best New Artist
  • 2020 MTV Video Music Award nomination: Push Best New Artist

Tate McRae has also won several awards at the MuchMusic Video Awards, including:

  • 2021 MuchMusic Video Award for Best Pop Video for “You Broke Me First”
  • 2020 MuchMusic Video Award for Fan Fave Video for “You Broke Me First”

Social Media

  • Instagram: @tatemcrae
  • Twitter: @tatemcrae
  • Facebook: @tatemcrae
  • TikTok: @tatemcrae
  • YouTube: Tate McRae

Personal Life

Tate McRae once dated the likes of Cole Sillinger from 2022 to 2023 and Jonny Hader from 2019 to 2022. 

She has been linked to celebrities such as Noah Centineo and Josh Richards. However, she has never confirmed any of these relationships.

Tate McRae is not married, has no kids and has not revealed his current boyfriend.

Discography

Studio Albums

  • I Used to Think I Could Fly (2022)

EPs

  • All the Things I Never Said (2020)

Singles

  • You Broke Me First (2020)
  • She’s All I Wanna Be (2020)
  • You’re So Vain (2020)
  • R U OK? (2020)
  • Hate Myself for Loving You (2021)
  • Without You (2021)
  • Do You Love Her? (2021)
  • Kiss Me More (2021)
  • Working (2021)
  • She’s All I Wanna Be (Remix) (2021)
  • I’m Ready (2022)
  • WTF Love Is (2022)
  • Chaotic (2022)
  • Feel Like Somebody (2022)
  • Uh Oh (2022)

As featured artist

  • Like Crazy (Jimin featuring Tate McRae) (2022)

Net Worth

Tate McRae has amassed an estimated net worth of $2 million as a musician. She rose to prominence after appearing as a finalist on the 13th season of the American dance competition television series So You Think You Can Dance

Since then, Tate McRae has released two EPs, All the Things I Never Said (2020) and Too Young to Be Sad (2021), as well as several hit singles, including You Broke Me First and She’s All I Wanna Be. She’s also done a lot of touring, opening for people like Shawn Mendes and Charli XCX.






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