Renni Rucci may be from a small town in South Carolina, but her social media fame, paired with her knack for music, has her in the big leagues. The 31-year-old started her rap career a few years ago and has been on the rise ever since.
From remixing popular songs from big-name artists to having her own hits like “Hands on Ya Knees” and “Elevators,” Renni has solidified herself in the rap game. Since being signed to Wolf Pack Global Music, a subsidiary of Quality Control, the mother of two has worked tirelessly to maintain her spot.
On Friday, October 28, Renni released her single “Keep the Change.” The three-minute record featured a bass-thumping beat, fitting for the rapstress’ heavy voice.
Showing off her lyrical abilities, Renni spit bars about a plethora of topics. From having haters who are intimidated by her luxurious lifestyle to being posted on drama-filled blogs, the artist was sure not to leave anything out.
She also spoke about being on reality television. Renni made her debut on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta last year during its ninth season. While she is also featured in the tenth season, that may be coming to an end.
“I’m on tv now/But I been thinking about closing that curtain/They want to know what I’m doing, who I’m screwing, where I be at, how I’m moving/But I keep the sh*t discreet/Can’t have them f*cking up my movement,” she rapped fiercely.
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The star also created a cypher-like music video for the record. As she stood in front of her luxurious cars, Renni rapped her lyrics with confidence.