Sam Joseph Semon For Dailymail.com
20:45 06 Oct 2023, updated 20:52 06 Oct 2023
Addison Rae was photographed leaving a party after Tate McCray’s concert at NeueHouse Hollywood on Thursday night.
The 23-year-old TikTok star stood out in a colorful outfit as she left a star-studded romance that began after the singer performed at the Hollywood Palladium.
The YouTube personality, who was recently featured in the trailer for the slasher film “Thanksgiving,” showed off his toned arms in a white floral tank top that had “Atomic” written on the front in hot pink.
Rae also wore skinny blue jeans and white high heels to the party.
The social media figure carried a chic pink handbag, as well as jet black sunglasses and hoop earrings.
Her gorgeous dark hair was partly pulled back and contrasted well with the light tones of her clothing.
Rae has also found success as a singer in recent years and released her debut EP, AR, in August this year.
In March 2021, the social media leader released the first single from the project, Obsessed.
Although the track was received negatively by critics, it peaked at number 10 on the Billboard US Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.
The actress revealed that she was working on her debut EP later that year, and also announced that she had collaborated with several artists, including Charli XCX and Benny Blanco.
AR was released on August 18 and was received generally positively by critics.
Rae opened up about her foray into music during an interview with Vogue, during which she revealed that she considered quitting singing after the negative reception of Obsessed.
She recalled: “It kind of crushed me for a while. I started to feel a lot of self-doubt and the big dreams I was aiming for, I just thought, “Maybe I’m not good enough to do this.”
The TikTok star then stated that she is excited to share what she believes is a stronger expression of her musical vision.
“I was a little nervous, but I’m less nervous now. I feel like I’ve had enough time with these songs and now I can breathe a sigh of relief because they’re finally going to officially come out,” she said.
Rae also said that AR was a turning point in her career as an artist.
“I wanted this EP to be a capstone to the last few years and a stepping stone forward in my career,” she said.