POP singer Reneé Rapp burst into the limelight after winning the Jimmy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in 2018.
Since then, she has capitalized on her fame and is looking to break into the music world with her debut album in 2023.
Who is Renee Rapp?
Reneé Rapp is an actress and singer born January 10, 2000 in Huntersville, North Carolina.
She garnered attention in 2018 after winning the prestigious Jimmy Award, but it was arguably her Broadway debut role in Mean Girls that put her on the map.
In June 2019, Rapp took the Broadway stage to play the role of Regina George, made famous by Rachel McAdams in the 2004 film of the same name.
She also portrayed the role of Leighton Murray on the HBO Max comedy series The Sex Lives of College Girls.
What’s your new album called?
Aside from being known as an actress, Rapp is also known for her burgeoning career as a singer.
In February 2023 she released her debut EP Everything To Everyone, which was followed in August 2023 by her debut album Snow Angel.
Snow Angel includes the popular songs Talk Too Much, I Hate Boston and 23.
During an interview with TimeRapp broke down her creative process, describing it as “at the same time the most emotionally draining and rewarding time of my life.”
“Imagine walking into a room every day with some people you know and others you don’t know and sharing all of your most intense experiences – I’ve been through that for at least six hours a day, every day.” she said.
Her main collaborator on the album was Alexander Glantz, known professionally as Alexander 23.
“He listens to me, respects me and actually cares about what I have to say musically,” she continued.
What else is Renee Rapp known for?
Some people don’t know Rapp for her singing or acting, but as a TikTok personality.
When she’s not on set or in the studio recording her next big single, she’s posting a variety of content to the video-sharing site’s more than 1.4 million followers.
“Sometimes I’m just messing around or whatever, but at the end of the day it’s all about promoting my damn songs,” Rapp explained during her Time interview.
“I’m doing absolutely everything to ensure the longevity of my career.”
Since joining the social media page, she has garnered more than 58 million likes.