YUNG BABY TATE SHARES 'GIRLS' SHORT FILM + "WILD GIRL"

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Article by: Shabazz of Electric Circus - shabazz@electriccircus.co

Photos & Video by: Christian Cody - @christian_cody

Following "Pretty Girl (Remix)", rising Atlanta star Yung Baby Tate readies the release her upcoming GIRLS album with a short film and new single, "Wild Girl" featuring Bbymutha, exclusively via NYLON. The song and short visual coincide with Tate's support announcement for Leikeli47's upcoming 26-date city North American tour this Spring.

GIRLS is out next week, February 5th, available on all streaming platforms.

Stream "Wild Girl" and watch the 'GIRLS' short film below:

STREAM: 
YUNG BABY TATE - WILD GIRL (FEAT. BBYMUTHA)

WATCH: 
YUNG BABY TATE - GIRLS [SHORT FILM]

ABOUT YUNG BABY TATE: Yung Baby Tate hails from Atlanta flaunting a rainbow-worthy variety of vibrant talents as an entertainer, coined namely a singer-songwriter, rapper, producer, dancer, actress, and self-acclaimed, “dope ass chick". Music also seemed predestined. Tate actually attended the 1996 GRAMMY® Awards in the womb of her mother Dionne Farris, of iconic rap group, Arrested Development. Growing up as a kid in Decatur, Georgia, she developed a passion for nineties R&B and Hip-Hop, citing Brandy, SWV, Missy Elliott and more as influences in addition to pop muse Gwen Stefani.

The budding songstress made her introduction with a sharpened style of her own and 2014 single “What’s Up” followed by a prolific run which encompassed 2015’s ROYGBIV EP. Tate later returned with her 2018 breakout project BOYS EP, which produced viral hit and fan favorite “Bob,” clocking nearly a half-million cumulative streams within six months. Widespread acclaim followed from The FADERCreative LoafingMass Appeal and many more. Now, she preps her next effort GIRLS, writing and producing herself once more.

YUNG BABY TATE LINKS: 
WEBSITE | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM | SOUNDCLOUD | YOUTUBE

CONTACT: 
Diane "SHABAZZ" Varnie 
Electric Circus Creative, LLC 
shabazz@electriccircus.co

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