Blackbear teams up with Tate McRae for new single
“U Love U” is available now
Multi-platinum singer, songwriter and producer Blackbear is back with a new single “You love yourselfWith singer / songwriter / dancer Tate McRae via Beartrap / Alamo / Interscope Records. The contagious pop ballad features Blackbear’s signature blend of honest lyrics and cutting-edge pop production, with a prominent vocal performance by fellow hitmaker Tate McRae. Written by Blackbear, Joe Kirkland, Andrew Goldstein and Tate McRae, produced by Andrew Goldstein.
The single is accompanied by a precisely aesthetic visual, produced by Boni Mata, featuring the two artists.
“U Love U is the first single from my EP Lake of misery,“Says Blackbear.” This is an EP about isolation and loneliness that I did in my late forties before getting the shot. “U Love U” is the perfect blend of nostalgic synths. and new school drums that paint a picture of what it’s like to be in a relationship with someone who loves yourself so much that you feel lonely. The opening line, “It’s been about a year or so over. year, I should have left a few tears a few tears ago, “prepares him for what is ultimately a hymn to breaking up and investing more time in himself. Tate McRae then adds so much sonic depth to this song, c is really a great way to start Lake of misery the era of Blackbear.
McRae adds, “‘U Love U’ is a super honest song about the hardships of being in a relationship with a selfish person. I’m so excited to be part of Blackbear’s record and help bring his vision to life.
Blackbear kicked off 2021 by winning nominations for two 2021 Billboard Music Awards (Top Rock Song x2) and two 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards for “Best New Pop Artist” and “Alternative Rock Song of the Year”. It follows an eventful year for Blackbear where his first-rate skills were showcased through several hit tracks as he dominated the radio waves. Her 3x platinum “Hot Girl Bummer” smash landed at No. 11 on Billboard’s 2020 Year-End 40 Radios Chart and No. 26 on the Year-End Hot 100 Chart. He has also brought his hit prowess to numerous collaborations, including on Machine Gun Kelly’s “My Ex’s Best Friend” and All Time Low’s “Monsters”, both of which spent several weeks No.1 on the radio.