The new album by Tate McRae is titled THINK LATER. It is the successor to her debut album, “i used to think i could fly,” released in 2022. On April 29, the Canadian singer, songwriter, and dancer will perform at AFAS Live in Amsterdam.

THINK LATER features Tate’s previous single “exes” and the single “greedy,” released in September. The track reached number one on Spotify worldwide and has been streamed over 430 million times. THINK LATER was produced by Ryan Tedder, known for collaborations with Beyoncé and Taylor Swift.

Tate McRae on the album: “After freshly turning 20, when I began to zoom out and reflect on the relationships and situations in my life, I realized that a common thread was that I had been living and making decisions much more spontaneously and way less with my head for the past year. This album represents the feelings of falling in love, feeling glimpses of obsession, missing the signs, and feeling the repercussions. I really wanted to lean into a more pop-leaning sound and approach my writing from a more playful and curious place. I was able to make this album with a few people I admire so much, and cannot be more grateful.”


In 2020, Tate McRae achieved success with “you broke me first.” The track has accumulated nearly 1.3 billion streams on Spotify. In May 2022, Tate released her debut album, “i used to think i could fly,” with over 1.5 billion streams. Various writers and producers, including Charlie Puth, Greg Kurstin, and Finneas, contributed to the album. Last year, Tate collaborated with Tiësto on the single “10:35,” earning a Billboard Music Award nomination for Top Dance/Electronic Song.

Over the past two years, Tate McRae has been featured in Variety’s Power of Young Hollywood list and Billboard’s 21 Under 21. In 2021, she became the youngest artist ever to be included in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list.

In the spring, the 20-year-old Canadian singer, songwriter, and dancer will embark on her THINK LATER World Tour, concluding with a performance at AFAS Live in Amsterdam on April 29, 2024. Last month, Tate McRae made her debut performance on Saturday Night Live.