T McCrae Unveils Amapiano Dance Anthem “Pulling You Closer”

T McCrae Unveils Amapiano Dance Anthem “Pulling You Closer”

Multi-talented artist T McCrae, hailing from New York, is making waves not only in the music industry but also on the big screen. Fresh off a featured role in Omar Rogers’ 2022 suspense thriller “Chasing Amber,” T McCrae is set to captivate audiences with his latest single, “Pulling You Closer.”

Released on September 1st, 2023, “Pulling You Closer” marks T McCrae’s first foray into international collaboration and his debut in the vibrant Amapiano dance genre. Produced by the accomplished South African dance music maestro, Master Shekkor, and co-produced and written by Grammy-nominated producer Mity Maose (the creative force behind T McCrae’s last six single releases), the track is a fusion of South African influences, traditional Western dance house, and pop flavors.

The song pays homage to the rich cultural tapestry of Africa, incorporating lyrical elements in Zulu, Swahili, and Yoruba, creating a dynamic and globally resonant sound. “Pulling You Closer” showcases T McCrae’s versatility and commitment to exploring diverse musical landscapes.

Beyond his music career, T McCrae has stepped into the world of acting, securing a featured role in the comedy television pilot “Busy.” In this upcoming series, he plays a business-savvy street hustler, infusing his character with a comical twist. T McCrae’s venture into acting demonstrates his dedication to becoming a multifaceted entertainer.

Currently studying acting techniques in preparation for future roles, T McCrae is poised to leave an indelible mark on both the music and entertainment industries. With his unique blend of musical talent and on-screen charisma, T McCrae is undoubtedly an artist to watch as he continues to make strides in his career.

check out “Pulling You Closer” on major music platforms now: https://music.apple.com/us/album/pulling-you-

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