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Reneé Rapp releases emotional new single

Rapp has displayed an undeniable skill for captivating audiences with vibrant performances and unbridled energy.

Multi-hyphenate Reneé Rapp returns with emotional new single Don’t Tell My Mom’ released today. On the track, Reneé masterfully turns pain into beauty as she touches on familial relationships — namely the emotions a daughter hides from her mother. The intimate track is yet another showcase of the pure talent that Reneé possesses both in her vocal range and her ability to connect with listeners through her vulnerability.

‘Don’t Tell My Mom’ (Interscope/Polydor Records) by Reneé Rapp is available at all digital retailers HERE.

On ‘Don’t Tell My Mom,’ Rapp opens up about not wanting to communicate with her family when things are spinning out of control. “When I was young, my problems were problems,” she sings over sophisticated mid-tempo production. “Now I don’t wanna cause trouble at all.” The multi-hyphenate pulls the vocal trigger on the soaring chorus: “So don’t tell my mom, I’m falling apart / she hurts when I hurt, my scars are her scars.”  The mesmerizing track was produced by Cirkut (Rihanna, Maroon 5, Britney Spears, The Weeknd) and co-written by UPSAHL (Dua Lipa, Madison Beer), Riley and Connor Donough (Joji) and Henry Walter.

Don’t Tell My Mom’ arrives quickly on the heels of ‘In the Kitchen’ and ‘Tattoos,’ Rapp’s major-label debut single, which has already amassed nearly 14 million combined streams. The breakout star also shared a stripped-down performance video of ‘Tattoos’ at filmed at her home. The intimate, passionate rendition offers fans a sense of the power and presence Rapp brings every time she takes to the stage.

Throughout her career, Rapp has displayed an undeniable skill for captivating audiences with vibrant performances and unbridled energy. Outside of music, she stars in the HBO Max series from Mindy Kaling entitled The Sex Lives of College Girls. It’s a role that calls for innate comedic timing and breathtaking dramatic prowess, which comes through on “Don’t Tell My Mom.”