Tate McRae returns to the studio: is there new music coming?

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Tate McRae is earning her title as the new pop princess. The musical singer is at the top of the charts around the world thanks to the success of Greedy: a song that continues to gain views on streaming platforms. But not only that. Tate McRae released his second album last December, Think Later: a 100% pop work that reminds us of the albums of the early 2000’s.

But it doesn’t stop there, Tate McRae has also announced a world tour. A tour that will start in April in Dublin and will end in November in New Zealand. The best of all? Which will pass through Madrid and Barcelona on May 20 and 21. Come on, we can see the singer in concert.

Tate McRae is aware that she is in a great moment, laying all the stones to become one of the musical stars of the moment. That is why the creation machine cannot stop. And what has he done? Well, back to the studio to work on new music, as we have seen on their social networks.

Tate McRae has shared two photos on her Instagram account where we can see her in front of the studio mixing board. But the thing Don “t stay there. Tate has shared a message in which he makes it clear that she is preparing something. Come on, things are coming: “Back to the rhythm of things,” Tate wrote.

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A photo with Olivia Rodrigo

In the same post in which we see her in the studio, we can see a photo of Tate McRae with another of the pop stars of the moment: Olivia Rodrigo. The two artists appear in a selfie in front of the mirror. An image that has caused many of their followers to wonder why they don’t launch a collaboration together.

We’ll have to wait to find out what Tate McRae was doing in the studio. I hope a collaboration with Olivia, I tell you that too.


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