Reneé Rapp knew even as a child that music was her destiny. Even in her earliest memories, her love of music was ever-present. "I couldn't sit still in the car unless there was music playing," she says, "or I would cry all the time." The North Carolina native began using her natural creativity to write and record songs as a teenager. Her career finally took off when she landed the coveted role of Regina George in the Tony Award-nominated musical Mean Girls on Broadway. Shortly thereafter, she received widespread recognition and praise for her role as Leighton in the HBO Max series The Sex Lives of College Girls, written of Mindy Kaling. Rapp then turned her attention back to music, releasing the debut single Tattoos. Since then, her songs have spread like wildfire among listeners. Her debut tour sold out in minutes and her discography has amassed over 200 million streams and counting. She will also star as Regina George in the upcoming Paramount+ film adaptation of the Broadway musical Mean Girls. Rapp's debut EP, 2022's Everything to Everyone , is now followed by her debut LP, Snow Angel , which will fully showcase Rapp's vulnerable approach to songwriting and her impressive vocal range.