Today, acclaimed singer-songwriter Reneé Rapp releases her highly anticipated, emotionally raw debut album Snow Angel. The 12-track release boasts a dynamic blend of soulful ballads and undeniable pop hits, culminating in an impressive showcase of vocal versatility and songwriting talent. Stream Snow Angel (Interscope Records/Universal Music Canada) by Reneé Rapp HERE.
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Included in today’s release is the anthemic lead single “Pretty Girls”, a punchy, upbeat record that draws fans in with its spine-tingling beat and punching hooks. The accompanying music video, directed by Cara Delevingne, is a cinematically stunning visual representation of both the nostalgic thrill and anxious uncertainty of falling in love. Portraying the love interest opposite Rapp is model Scarlett Leithold.
Watch official music video HERE.
Rapp has been on an undeniable hot streak as of lately, coming off 2 recent MTV VMA nominations in the Best New Artist and PUSH Performance of the year categories. Earlier this week, she was announced as the latest artist to join RADAR, Spotify’s marquee emerging artist program dedicated to spotlighting emerging artists around the world. Rapp also just launched her exclusive Apple Music Radio Show titled “Angel Hour”, a six episode deep dive into the making of "Snow Angel". Listen to the first episode featuring Alexander 23 here.
Also included on the album is the stunning title track. “I’ll make it through the winter if it kills me, I can make it faster if I hurry," Rapp belts over delicately played piano. “An angel in the snow
until I’m worthy, but if it kills me, I tried.” Rapp’s vulnerable admissions are punctuated by swelling instrumentals as the song progresses. Other highlights include “The Wedding Song,” a slithering sensation that transforms into a towering ballad in which she belts out: “You were my one who set my world on fire. I know there’s heaven but we must be higher.” Also featured on the album is “23,” a typically unfiltered tearjerker that beautifully captures the rising star’s unbridled talent. Snow Angel was produced with Alexander 23 (Olivia Rodrigo, Tate McRae), who Rapp first collaborated with on “Bruises,” a track about the cost of putting on a brave face for everyone else’s benefit.
Fresh off the heels of an exhilarating live performance on The Today Show’s Summer Concert Series, Rapp is currently gearing up to trailblaze across the U.S this fall for her first major headlining run on the Snow Hard Feelings Tour. Within only one day of public on-sale, the Broadway-trained vocal powerhouse sold a whopping 65K tickets in North America alone. Now, with a month to go before opening night, Rapp’s tour is officially sold out. The staggering numbers for this tour include already sold out shows at iconic venues across the nation, including The Greek Theater in Los Angeles, the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, and multiple New York shows—with a multi-night stint at Terminal 5 and one at Avant Gardner—along with other top markets. Find a full list of upcoming dates linked HERE.
Since her debut, Rapp has carved out her own niche with unapologetic candor, heart-on-her-sleeve lyrics, and sheer undeniable star power. Now, with Snow Angel, she is poised to take it to the next level.
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