Reneé Rapp Performs “Snow Angel” & “Not My Fault” with Megan Thee Stallion on Saturday Night Live
American actress and singer-songwriter Reneé Rapp appeared on Saturday Night Live to perform “Snow Angel”, and “Not My Fault” with American rapper Megan Thee Stallion.
This marks her debut on Saturday Night Live as a musical guest.
“Snow Angel” is featured on her debut album of the same name, which was released last August.
She co-wrote the song with American singer-songwriter Alexander 23, who also produced the track and the debut album.
Reneé Rapp told Apple Music about the song, “I went through a really shitty experience in early 2022. I was extremely sad, and I was involved with the wrong people. I had recounted the situation so many times to friends over and over again. It was something that I think I had just stored in a place that I was never really going to process it the way that other people did. Then one day I was sitting with Alexander and he was like, 'We really should write that snow song.' And everybody else on my team was like, 'We're so happy. Oh my god, this is the code for this album, we've cracked it.' In my brain I'm like, 'Well, this was one of the worst experiences in my life, so glad that it could turn into something like this.'”
- “Not My Fault” was released last December from the motion picture “Mean Girls” soundtrack.
The film is based on the Broadway musical “Mean Girls”, starring Reneé Rapp as Regina George.
On the track, she teamed up with Megan Thee Stallion for the first time.
Megan Thee Stallion told ET about the collaboration with Reneé Rapp, “I love Reneé. As soon as I met her I was like, 'Oh, you my friend. OK.' I love it. I love her and I love Mean Girls. It was only right they had to call the H-Town hottie out here. I been calling myself the Black Regina George for, like, ever. And here I am. This is really my dream, so I'm so happy. I'm excited to be a part of this.”
The track was written by Alexander 23, Alexander Glantz, Billy Walsh, Jasper Harris, Jeff Richmond, Megan Pete, Nell Benjamin, Reneé Rapp, and Ryan Tedder. Produced by Ryan Tedder, Alexander 23, Jasper Harris, and Jeff Richmond.
- source : NBC