Tate Mcrae releases ‘Too Young to Be Sad’ EP

Rising global superstar Tate McRae releases her latest EP, TOO YOUNG TO BE SAD, today via RCA Records.

(March 2021 – New York, New York) – Rising global superstar Tate McRae releases her latest EP, TOO YOUNG TO BE SAD, today via RCA Records.

The eagerly anticipated 6-track EP features Tate’s smash hit single, “you broke me first,” already released tracks “slower,” “rubberband” and “r u ok” as well as two brand new songs.

Tate also releases the music video for “bad ones.” Co-directed by Tate, the video shows another side of her having fun with her friends, laughing and causing mischief until it goes a step to far. To find out what happens, watch here. The video also made its broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU and on the ViacomCBS Times Square billboard.

Earlier this morning, Tate appeared on the Morning Mash Up for a HITS 1 ON 1 to celebrate the release of the EP. The episode will continue to air throughout the day and this weekend. For more details click here.

Her current single, “you broke me first” currently has nearly 850 million streams worldwide. The track is approaching both Top 5 at Top 40 chart and Top 10 at Hot AC and helped Tate to secure her spot in the #1 spot for 5 weeks on Billboard’s Emerging Artist Chart and #1 at dance radio earlier this year. The track continues to soar on the Hot 100 Chart (currently #19). The track is currently 4x PLATINUM in Ireland, 3x PLATINUM in Australia and Singapore, 2x PLATINUM in Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway and Sweden, PLATINUM in the US, Austria, Netherlands, South Africa, Taiwan and the UK, and GOLD in Denmark, Germany and Indonesia.

Earlier this month, Tate was named as Apple Music’s Up Next Artist for March 2021. As part of the campaign, Tate released her Up Next film (watch here), is set to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 30th and chatted with Apple Music’s Travis Mills, where she talks about her modern heartbreak anthems, how she uses social media as her outlet to share her work, and coping with anxiety.


1. bad ones

2. rubberband

3. slower

4. r u ok

5. you broke me first

6. wish I loved you in the 90s


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