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Reneé Rapp Thinks In Circles On “Talk Too Much”

Reneé Rapp is the villain in her own love story on “Talk Too Much.” This marks the pop princess’ second single from her forthcoming debut album Snow Angel out August 18.

Reneé Rapp releases a new single “Talk Too Much” from her forthcoming debut album Snow Angel out August 18.
Renee Rapp. (Photo: Instagram: @reneerapp) Photographer: KAT Studio.

The “Too Well” songstress finds herself conflicted about her current relationship. She sees forever with someone but her overthinking and insecurities make her self-sabotage her own happiness. Moreover, Rapp attempts to fight her true feelings for this person. “If I see a blue car today / We’ll probably have to break up / So I close my eyes while I drive / And if it rains, then it rains / And we’ll be over by May.” 

“Talk Too Much” demonstrates how Rapp’s anxious thoughts affect her in relationships. As she creates false ideas in her head, convincing herself she did something wrong. Nonetheless, Reneé is lovestruck and frightened. She craves reassurance from her partner. In the bridge she goes on a spoken ramble to her partner. “I, I actually have no idea what I’m sayin’ (I have no idea) / Are you mad at me? / ‘Cause it’s cool if you are, right, like I don’t care (I don’t care) / But like, if, if you are then I’m gonna resent you (Resent you) / I, I’ll forgive you.”

Produced by Alexander 23, “Talk Too Much” wasn’t initially a favorite for Reneé. She states: “I think a lot of artists do this, but some producers like it and some producers don’t. Basically, we wrote this song and this was one of the first times we were working together. We had done it and I was like, ‘Oh word.’ I really hated writing up tempos before that and now I love it,” she explained. “And it was a stressor of mine because I was like, I want to make sure that I’m doing a good job and I’m doing it intentionally and it has all of this shit whatever, whatever.”

She adds: “We made the song and I was so excited, but Alexander and I weren’t like cool yet. We weren’t like boys. And so I didn’t want to ask him to send me a bounce because I knew he wouldn’t do it. It depends on the producer. It depends on the producer. He is so particular. He’s honestly just so smart that he’s like, ‘No, you can’t have it until I go through and do things to it to make it a full song.’ I kind of just listen to whatever he says now, which is weird because I really don’t like to do that.”

Recently, Rapp’s exit from MAX’s “The Sex Lives of College Girls” made headlines. The show is approaching its third season. Though she’s grateful to have been a part of it, she’s ready to start a new chapter.

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