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Biography of Tatum McRae, Facts, Real Name, Age, Net-worth, Awards, Family, Relationships


Tatum Rosner McRae is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and dancer. she started gaining recognition as the first Canadian finalist on the American reality TV show So You Think You Can Dance.

Tate Mcrae was born in Calgary, Alberta on July 1, 2003, to a Canadian father of Scottish descent and a German mother. At age four, due to her father’s work, she moved with her family to Oman, where her mother, taught dance lessons and lived there for three years.

During her time in Oman, McRae attended The American International School Muscat (TAISM). McRae began recreational dance training at age six. Having returned to Calgary, at the age of eight, she began to train more intensively in dance and competed with Drewitz Dance Productions.

McRae was the youngest musician featured on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list. Her second EP, Too Young to Be Sad (2021) was the most streamed female EP of 2021 on Spotify.

Full Name: Tate Rosner McRae

Date of Birth: July 1, 2003

Place of Birth: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Age: 18

Nationality: Canada

Relationship: N/A

Record Label: RCA

Net-worth: $2 million

Occupation: Singer, Songwriter, Dancer


Shortly after McRae began dancing competitively, she was awarded Mini Best Female Dancer at the 2013 Dance Awards in New York City.

She became a brand ambassador for the American dance manufacturer Capezio.

In 2015, McRae was awarded a two-week scholarship at the Berlin State Ballet company after winning the silver medal as a soloist and bronze medal for her duet at the 2015 Youth America Grand Prix.

She danced in the music video for Walk off the Earth’s platinum-certified single “Rule The World”. For the second time, McRae was awarded the Best Female Dancer award at the 2015 Dance Awards, this time in the “Junior” category.


In April 2016, McRae performed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as part of the DancerPalooza troupe. In June 2016, she danced with Justin Bieber at the Calgary show of his Purpose World Tour, after being chosen from an audition process that selected four children in each city.

Tate Mcrae performed at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards as a finalist from the SYTYCD cast. She performed again on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in October 2016 as part of the Jump Dance Convention troupe.

In April 2020, McRae released the single “You Broke Me First” amid the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, ahead of her second EP titled Too Young to Be Sad.

In mid-June 2020, she released the single “Vicious” featuring American rapper Lil Mosey.[56] In July 2020, McRae was nominated for the MTV Video Music Award for Push Best New Artist.

In September 2020, she made her first-ever music publication cover on that month’s Dork Magazine issue.

In October 2020, McRae released the single “Lie to Me” with Canadian singer Ali Gatie. The song charted in Canada, making it her 3rd single to do so, and currently has over 70 million Spotify streams.

In December 2020, she released the second single from her upcoming EP, “R U OK”, which headlined Billboard’s list of ten cool new pop songs for the week, and charted on the Hot Singles Chart in New Zealand, peaking at number 19.

In October 2021, she was featured on Billboard’s 21 under 21 list for 2021 and People’s One to Watch list for 2021. McRae was featured on the cover of Numéro in November 2021.

She began teasing “She’s All I Wanna Be”, the second single from the album on TikTok in December 2021. The song was released on February 4, 2022, and debuted with over 2 million streams on Spotify on its first day, becoming her biggest debut to date on the platform.

She’s All I Wanna Be charted in the top 10 in Norway, Singapore, and the Republic of Ireland, and top 40 in Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, New Zealand, Sweden, South Africa, and the UK.


All the Things I Never Said

Too Young to Be Sad

“One Day”

“Hung Up on You”

“Hard to Find”

“Teenage Mind”

“Shoulder to Shoulder”


“Can’t Get It Out”

“All My Friends Are Fake”

“I’ll Be Home for Christmas”

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