For the latest entry in our Conversations With interview series, HYPEBEAST linked up with talented Atlanta upstart Yung Baby Tate to discuss her latest project GIRLS, producing her own music and ATL’s rich youth culture and impact on the music industry.
Baby Tate is one of the most exciting new artists to watch right now, displaying talent in everything that she does. Her new album, GIRLS, has been one of the most creative and forward-thinking products of the year, displaying her skills in dance, production, film, and music. She, along with a new wave of Atlanta artists, are ushering in a era of style and taste.
“It’s something that I kind of noticed even a while back like just my peers and stuff,” she explained. “Like, I would look at us and be like, Damn, we’re really the next Andre  and Erykah [Badu] type. Even though Erykah is not from Atlanta, but we’re the next people to make a difference in our city.”
GIRLS is an 11-track LP that was written, performed and produced entirely by Yung Baby Tate, featuring collabs with Kari Faux, Bbymutha, Killumantii, Mulatto, and Baby Rose. The project is also accompanied by a short film showcasing various personalities of girls represented throughout the project.