Big Renni is done with the bullshit from a lying-ass man and makes a powerful exit in the new video for her single, “Solid Chick.”
From her new project, Quicktape, the new song also known as “Solid Bitch,” displays a dominate Renni Rucci confronting her cheating boyfriend, and in ultra-sexy lingerie, shows him exactly what he just lost chasing those unnecessary desires on social media. Rucci shows her versatility on the track as she delivers two different perspectives of her break-up with both a male and female. Providing a balance that solidifies that both men and women are equally treacherous in today’s relationship.
As she makes an explosive exit, Rucci raps about the monster they’ve created in her through their teachings. She says, “‘Cause I learned everything I do from you so, bitch, don’t get mad./You like hoes and I like bitches too, I’m back in my bag./Nigga, you weren’t sorry till I found out./So was you really sorry, bitch, or you just sorry ’cause I’m riding out?”
“Solid Chick” is the third visual from the eight-track collection. QuickTape features street hits “Play Wit It” and “Bitch Do It.” Featureless, the project follows her 2019 debut, Big Renni, both released on Wolf Pack Global Music. Renni Rucci’s noteworthy mentions are collaborations with Lil Yachty (“Coldhearted”), DJ Luke Nasty (“Candle”) and Cuban Doll (“A.G.F.”).
Rucci’s recent wave of music has sparked an undeniable buzz for her anticipated full-length effort, currently untitled, which is slated for a late-2020 release. Fans have been bombarded social media with the supported hashtags #BigRenni and #WeWantRenni.
Take a look at “Solid Chick” now.
ABOUT RENNI RUCCI
Renni Rucci started rapping by casually releasing her own remix versions of hits by and, but she quickly developed into an artist with her own edgy, swaggering presence. Swiftly signed to the family, her 2019 debut mixtape Big Renni was a nonstop barrage of sex, money, and attitude.
Born Courtney Rene in South Carolina in 1991, Renni Rucci first drew fandom and attention as a model and social media personality. Before she began rapping, Rucci had various Instagram accounts that accrued hundreds of thousands of followers. In 2017, she tried her hand at music with a series of spirited remixes, including ‘s “Bodak Yellow,” ‘s “Bank Account,” ‘s “Trending,” and ‘s “Roll in Peace.” These remixes put her on the map as a rapper and it wasn’t long before she struck out with original tracks. In early 2018, Rucci posted the single “Mirror Mirror,” and along with her multiple remixes, her iron-clad flows caught the attention of ‘ label. The label signed her to its subsidiary, which released the ten-song mixtape Big Renni in May 2019. “F*ck Em Up Sis,” its biggest single, quickly achieved over one million streams. ~ Fred Thomas, Rovi