Renee

Renee

Artist, feminist, and activist for women’s and LGTBIQ+ rights, she is Renee Goust, better known as RENEE in her country. She is a Mexican singer and songwriter, one of the great promises of Mexican music, and at 36 years old, she is considered one of the most impactful emerging female artists of her generation. Despite not having a long career, she started showing interest in music at a young age and participated in various projects. She had a rock band in college, and in 2007, at the age of 21, she moved to New York to focus on her music.

Since then, she has composed two songs that have become anthems for women: “Querida Muerte (No nos maten)” and “La cumbia feminazi,” a song she wrote to channel the frustration caused by the negative connotations of the term “feminazi.”

She has released several albums and EPs, the latest being *NMDQH* (Universal Music Mexico 2023). Following her multitude of singles, some of the most notable include “Nunca Tristes (Me vale madre)” and “Quiero quedarme para Siempre.” She has also collaborated with various Mexican artists such as Bratty, with whom she covered Karol G’s hit “Bichota,” Manu Beker on “MIO,” and Elefante on “Fior.”