Cassadee Pope releases new single ‘I Died’ featuring Daisha Mcbride

Grammy-nominated, Platinum-certified singer-songwriter, Cassadee Pope has released her newest single, ‘I Died (ft Dashia Mcbride)’ off of her forthcoming album, ‘Hereditary’. The album marks The Voice winner’s first full-length following her shift from country back to her pop punk roots.

With ‘I Died’, Cassadee masterfully captures the raw emotions of love, loss and longing following a one sided breakup. The pop punk / rap bop delves into the feelings of abandonment and despair while channeling the raw strength it takes to move forward from heartache. This cathartic release serves as a reminder that even in our darkest moments, we are not alone in our pain and can find solace in the shared experience of healing.

The collaboration between Cassadee and Dashia has created a genre blending fusion of pop punk and rap, proving that even when we feel our most vulnerable, music will always be there to offer a sense of community. Speaking on the crossover Dashia states: “This collab was so fun to do and I’m glad Cass and I could make this happen! Even though I’m a rapper I love dipping into other genres and experimenting so this was right up my alley. Nashville is so well-known for just country music so im glad we could merge rock and hiphop AND do it out of Nashville.”

Cassadee’s powerful voice and storytelling brings heartache and healing to life on ‘Hereditary’, an emotional rollercoaster ride through the ups and downs of life, love and self-discovery. Each track is a testament to the journey we embark on, shaped by our upbringing and the legacies passed down through generations. Whether that’s love, betrayal or the intricate web of family dynamics, the title Hereditary captures the essence of our roots, the echoes of our past and the quest to carve our own path.

Cassadee shares: ‘Hereditary’ offers a soundtrack to navigate the complexities of life with authenticity and courage. I couldn’t think of a better backdrop for these lyrics than pop/punk and I hope this album gives people permission to feel everything!”

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