Renee Goust is a New York City-based Mexican-American singer-songwriter, artivist and queer feminist.
Her sound is culturally diverse, ranging from canción neo-ranchera to folk-pop to queer and feminist cumbias norteñas. Raised bilingual, and having grown up crossing the US-Mexico border daily to and from school, Renee enjoys traversing boundaries with her music and currently writes in Spanish, English, French and Italian.
Renee has appeared on renowned stages such as Lincoln Center, Joe’s Pub, Brooklyn Museum, and Foro del Tejedor. She has performed alongside renowned artists such as Erin McKeown, Les Nubians, Ampersan, Diana Gameros, Mireya Ramos of Flor de Toloache, and Making Movies. She has played in the United States, Mexico, France, Italy, Argentina, Uruguay, and has been a musical guest at festivals such as Celebrate Mexico Now, New York City’s Poetry Festival, and Festival Internacional de Poesía Latinoamericana.
Renee made headlines around the world with her viral feminist anthem “La cumbia feminazi” in 2016. After presenting her debut EP “Septiembre” in September 2017, Renee is preparing to release her sophomore studio work in 2019.