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Tate McRae’s “You Broke Me First” ranked fourth on Mediabase US’s dance radio chart last week. “You Broke Me First” takes first place thanks to a tracking period play count of 442. That tops last week’s sum by 46 plays.

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“You Broke Me First” by Canadian singer Tate McRae. “You Broke Me First” was released on April 17, 2020, through RCA Records as the lead single from her forthcoming second extended play, currently has over 525 million combined streams on Pandora and over 400 million streams on Spotify, as of January, 2021.
“You Broke Me First” peaked at number eight on the Canadian Hot 100, peaked within the top ten of the charts in Australia and the United Kingdom.

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Tate Rosner McRae was born in Calgary on July 1, 2003, is a Canadian singer, songwriter and dancer. McRae came to the attention of RCA Records in 2019 after her original song “One Day” (2017) went viral on YouTube, and she subsequently released her debut EP, All the Things I Never Said, in January. 2020. The commercially re-released version served as the third single from her upcoming EP, which will be released in early 2021.

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McRae performed “You Broke Me First” at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards pre-show in August 2020, commercially successful internationally. In September 2020, “You Broke Me First” amassed more than 150 million views and became her first single on the Billboard Hot 100, has more than 600 million streams on platforms and 430 million streams on Spotify alone. “You Broke Me First” was praised by NME and Billboard for being one of the most outstanding artists.

You Broke Me First – Tate McRae

[Intro]
You broke me first

[Verse 1]
Maybe you don’t like talking too much about yourself
But you should’a told me
That you were thinking ’bout someone else
You’re drunk at a party
Or maybe it’s just that your car broke down
Your phone’s been off for a couple of months
So you’re calling me now

[Pre-Chorus]
I know you, you’re like this
When shit don’t go your way you needed me to fix it
And like me, I did
But I ran out of every reason

[Chorus]
Now suddenly you’re asking for it back
Could you tell me, where’d you get the nerve?
Yeah, you could say you miss all that we had
But I don’t really care how bad it hurts
When you broke me first
You broke me first

[Verse 2]
Took a while, was in denial when I first heard
That you moved on quicker than I could’ve ever
You know that hurt
Swear, for a while, I would stare at my phone
Just to see your name
But now that it’s there, I don’t really know what to say

[Pre-Chorus]
I know you, you’re like this
When shit don’t go your way you needed me to fix it
And like me, I did
But I ran out of every reason

[Chorus]
Now suddenly you’re asking for it back
Could you tell me, where’d you get the nerve?
Yeah, you could say you miss all that we had
But I don’t really care how bad it hurts
When you broke me first
You broke me first

[Bridge]
What did you think would happen?
What did you think would happen?
I’ll never let you have it
What did you think would happen?

[Chorus]
Now suddenly you’re asking for it back
Could you tell me, where’d you get the nerve?
Yeah, you could say you miss all that we had
But I don’t really care how bad it hurts
When you broke me first
You broke me first (You broke me first)
You broke me first, ooh oh

You Broke Me First

” You Broke Me First” (often stylized in all lowercase) is a song by Canadian singer Tate McRae. It was released on April 17, 2020, through RCA Records as the lead single from her forthcoming second extended play. The song gained popularity on the video-sharing platform TikTok, where it has featured in over a million videos.

Tate McRae

Tate Rosner McRae (born July 1, 2003) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and dancer. At the age of thirteen, she gained prominence as the first Canadian finalist on the American reality TV show So You Think You Can Dance .