Tate McRae Performs “she's all i wanna be” on VEVO
- Canadian singer-songwriter Tate McRae performed her latest song “she's all i wanna be” on Vevo live series. The performance video was directed by Kyle Goldberg.
The song was released earlier this month from her upcoming debut album.
It was written by Tate McRae, and Greg Kurstin. The music video for the song was directed by Tusk and Michelle Dawley. The clip shows dance competition. She said, “I was super inspired by the incredible dance film Chorus Line.”
The new song is inspired by her unpleasant experience on social media. Tate McRae said of the song in an interview with Genius, “Genuinely, I just had like a bad low where I got into the studio, I was with this guy named Greg Kurstin, who's like an absolute God. And he literally just started playing these really sad piano chords. And I was so in my head because I has literally been scrolling on TikTok and Instagram all day long. And I was like, hating everything about myself. I was comparing myself to every single girl and it literally just like left me the most bitter taste in my mouth. I hate the feeling of jealousy. Like, I don't get it very often, but when I do it's like the grossest feeling ever. And I just wanted to write this song to kind of get it off my chest. And funny enough, it actually started as a ballad. Eventually, like we got the song back no one really liked it. And then i was like, 'Hey ca you try this like a little edgier or little punkier?' An he like came back and like completely redid this song and made it into like this, crazy big pink song. And it was really cool to like watch it transition from like being like a really sappy and sad ballad to like, being this really upbeat song.”
- source : YouTube