Actress and singer Reneé Rapp unveils her eagerly-awaited single “Tattoos.” Teased on TikTok the weeks leading up to its release, the song is accompanied by a cinematic music video that welcomes a new chapter in her career.
“I’m used to people leaving / I know it’s hard to believe when I come off so confident / But I got a heart that’s bleeding / You can say something sweet, but I’m hearing the opposite,” she sings. Elsewhere, in the pre-chorus, Reneé croons, “Fifteen and sixteen, I had to be strong / Twenty-two, I’m still scared of it all / ‘Cause I know one day I know I could wake up and you’ll be gone.”
Last year, Reneé appeared on HBO’s American teen comedy-drama The Sex Lives of College Girls—created by Mindy Kaling—which stars Alyah Chanelle Scott, Pauline Chamalet, and Amrit Kaur. The series debuted back in November with ten episodes that came to a close in December. Currently, the cast is amid shooting season two of the funny but truthful show about four college girls who attend the fictional Essex College in Vermont.
Watch Reneé Rapp’s music video for “Tattoos” below.
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