Tate McRae Rocks ‘Greedy’ and Debuts ‘Grave’ on ‘Saturday Night Live’: Watch her Electrifying Performances

Tate McRae on "SNL"

Tate McRae does “Greedy” throughout “Saturday Night Live” in New York on November 18, 2023.

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Tate McRae brought the warmth to Saturday Night Live.

The Billboard cover star made her SNL music visitor launching on Nov. 18, executing her hit track “Greedy” and debuting brand-new ballad “Grave” throughout the Jason Momoa-held episode.

The 20-year-old pop celebrity introduced her two-song collection with “Greedy,” which ignited on TikTok prior to going across over on the graphes. The track presently rests at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 graph. During the efficiency, McRae flaunted some awesome dancing carries on sporting activities bleachers while leading a team of fellow professional dancers.

“Greedy” will certainly be included on the singer-songwriter’s student cd, Think Later, which is arranged for launch on Dec. 8 with RCA Records.

For her 2nd track, complying with an intro from second-time host Momoa, McRae slowed down points down with the launching of brand-new ballad Grave,” which was teased at the end of her video for “Exes.” Wearing a translucent black outfit, the Canadian-birthed musician supplied the psychological track amidst a moody setup with haze and a dark background.

McRae has actually had 7 Hot 100 hits, consisting of 2 this year. The vocalist likewise had 7 charted tunes on Billboard’s Pop Airplay graph, consisting of “You Broke Me First,” which got to No. 2 in April 2021.

She will certainly make her Billboard Music Awards debut on Sunday (Nov. 19) by executing “Greedy.” Performances and honors will certainly turn out throughout BBMAs and Billboard social networks, in addition to by means of BBMAs.watch, on Sunday starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Watch McRae’s SNL efficiencies listed below. For those without wire, the program streams on Peacock, which you can register for at the web link here. Having a Peacock account likewise offers followers accessibility to previous SNL episodes.



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