Reneé Rapp

Reneé Rapp

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About Reneé Rapp

Pop singer Reneé Rapp exudes confidence, as demonstrated by her unfiltered interviews and willingness to unpack her most painful feelings for the sake of music. Born in 2000 in Huntersville, NC, she first rose to prominence via acting: a co-starring role on HBO’s The Sex Lives of College Girls and her portrayal of Regina George in the Broadway musical Mean Girls (and, later, the 2024 movie). In the wake of this success, Rapp signed a record deal and released her first EP, 2022’s Everything To Everyone, and a debut album, 2023’s Snow Angel. The latter features the Fleetwood Mac-esque pop-rocker “Talk Too Much”—her musing about a tendency toward ruining a relationship—and the brash, R&B-influenced revenge song “Tummy Hurts” with Coco Jones. A late-2023 collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, “Not My Fault,” embraces uptempo electro-disco vibes, proving Rapp is taking on the world, one sassy lyric at a time.

Huntersville, NC, United States
January 10, 2000
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