YUNG Baby Tate is a rapper, singer and record producer from Georgia.
She is a cast member of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta.
Who is Yung Baby Tate's mother?
Yung Baby Tate, 25, has entertainment in her blood - her mom is American singer, songwriter, producer and actress Dionne Farris.
In the early 1990s, she was featured on the hip hop group Arrested Development hit single "Tennessee".
She has has co-written songs with Jermaine Dupri and other Atlanta-based acts, including TLC, and has also sung background for Xscape and El Debarge, among many others.
Farris attended the 1996 Grammy Awards, where she was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her song "I Know" while pregnant with Tate.
Tate has credited her mom with shaping her music taste and creativity.
"My mom has always exposed me to a lot of different music. When I'd come up to New Jersey, I'd be listening to the old school like Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker, Marvin Gaye, those types of people," she explained in an interview with XXL Magazine.
Who is Yung Baby Tate's dad?
With the influence of music heavy in her family, Yung Baby Tate's dad is David Ryan Harris, a singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles.
Harris’ music ranges in genre from R&B to folk. He cites Prince, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder among his influences.
He has performed with big music acts like John Mayer, Dave Matthews and Santana.
He featured on Dionne Farris’ 1995 album Wild Seed, Wild Flower. Tate is the only daughter of Farris and Harris,
Harris reportedly has four sons from another relationship, however: Miles, Life, River and Truman.
These days, Harris is still performing and writing music, He boasts over 60,000 followers on Instagram.
It's unclear if Tate and her father have a close relationship.
How can I watch Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta?
You can catch new episodes of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta on Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on VH1.
Season 10 premiered Monday, July 5. The series follows the lives of elite women and men in Atlanta involved in the entertainment industry.
This season promises to deliver lots of drama with cast members Tate, Yandy, Karlie Redd and Erica Mena in the mix.
You can stream the show on Paramount Plus, YouTube TV, FuboTV, Philo and Hulu.
You can watch previous episodes of “Love & Hip Hop” on Paramount+ as well.