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Shining a light on Hingham news

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Thoughts On Tate McRae’s New EP: ‘Think Later’

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Tate Mcrae is a teenage girl of various talents: singer, prodigy dancer, choreographer, and partial influencer. At a young age, she established a YouTube channel (“Create With Tate”) where she published her handwritten songs about struggles with childhood, friendships, and school. However, that youthfulness has vanished as her recently dropped album “Think Later” has propelled her into the new, shiny label of a Pop Star.
“EP: Think Later” is McRae’s sophomore album, which consists of 14 tracks, 4 of which (“run for the hills”, “hurt my feelings”, “grave”, and “exes”) have already established a significant range to the other songs. With more than 20 million monthly streamers on Spotify, this new album mixed with her already large fanbase is sure to place her high on the ranked billboard list.
Although “EP: Think Later” was just released on Friday, December 8th, there is already mass critical acclaim from both the public and evaluators. HHS Junior Ruby Blake’s favorite part of the album was “how Tate McRae combined both angry and sad songs about her relationship, creating a versatile album.” In agreement, Sophomore Lydia D’Arcy found the album “perfect for any situation; doing homework, working out, or just relaxing.”

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