Reagan Capaci - Bad 4 U press photo
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Reagan Capaci releases a wonderful R&B single, entitled, “Bad 4 U”

Reagan Capaci (“cuh-pay-see”) is a fast-rising singer-songwriter. Not too long ago, she released a wonderful R&B single, titled, “Bad 4 U.” The soulful track is accompanied by a narrative-driven music video, directed by Godfrey Mudavanhu and Reagan Capaci.

Reagan Capaci – “Bad 4 U” music video

“Diving too hard into something can easily turn toxic if you don’t know when to slow down or stop.” – Reagan Capaci stated

‘Bad 4 U’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young woman who finds herself falling dangerously in love with her significant other. Apparently, her heart doesn’t want to love this individual, but her mind does. Later, she admits, “I might have fallen too deep in, damn I got it bad for you.”

‘Bad 4 U’ contains a relatable narrative, raspy vocals, and heart-swooning melodies. The likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with neo-soul and contemporary R&B elements. Furthermore, “Bad 4 U” leads the way into Reagan Capaci’s forthcoming jazz-meets-R&B EP, which focuses on the rawness of the human experience. The project touches on intimate themes as it was written with a mind-expanding, perspective-shifting attitude.

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Reagan Capaci is guaranteed to capture any listener’s attention the moment her raspy vocal tone emits from their speakers. Interestingly, the jazzy and nostalgic aspects of her music aren’t the only things about Reagan that spark intrigue. Reagan comes from “cult-like” roots, spending many years of her youth in an Independent Fundamental Baptist church – where listening to anything outside of hymns was considered flirting with the devil, and drums were the inaugural anthem to hell.

It wasn’t until Reagan and her family planted their roots in Las Vegas that the newly found culture made its impression on her. Through friends made at a performing arts school and an enlightening jazz program, Reagan was able to not only blossom as a vocalist but have access to conditions that allowed her to embrace the complete beauty of music. After years of being shamed for vocal “over-performing” with extra riffs and runs in church, she found joy in songs by artists like Ella Fitzgerald, where she could feel the freedom of music, in colorful scatting, flexible song structure, and more. Her sound is comparable to Erykah Badu and Kehlani.

Reagan Capaci – T-Pain reacts to my song

Reagan Capaci took the challenges her loved ones faced and translated those experiences into music. With hopes of uplifting their spirits. With a passion to serve others, Reagan pursued music full-time in the midst of finishing her 4-year degree in Arizona. Now, she is hopeful her music acts as a vessel and leads her to make a difference for those seeking solace.

In the past two years, Reagan has ascended to new heights in her career. Right before the pandemic, she played a sold-out show in Phoenix, Arizona, opening up for Doja Cat. In 2021, she won the 2021 ASCAP Foundation Harold Adamson Lyric Award in the pop category. More recently, she has amassed a great number of fans on TikTok after her last single “Don’t Recommend” was discovered by T-Pain on one of his popular live streams.

“Bad 4 U” single

Reagan Capaci - Bad 4 U cover art

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