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  • Cassadee Pope Releases New Song “I Died” featuring Daisha McBride

  • American singer-songwriter Cassadee Pope released the fifth single called “I Died” from her upcoming fourth studio album “Hereditary” on June 5, 2024.

    The new album comprises a 12-track and is set to be released on July 12, 2024.
    This time, she teamed up with American rapper Daisha McBride on the track.
    The Ed Pryor-directecd music video was released on June 14, 2024.
    The track was written by Cassadee Pope, Daisha McBride, and Jake Saghi who also produced it.

    Cassadee Pope said of the song, “I remember DMing Daisha on a whim last year, letting her know I was a fan and would love to write sometime. Not only did we get a great song together but we both got a new friend in the end. We decided to have fun with this lyric and create the scenario where Daisha and I are actually haunting our exes. The song talks about being made to feel like a ghost when somebody cuts you off.”
  • She said of the video, “I knew nobody would be able to execute my idea for this video better than my friend Ed Pryor. We wanted the aesthetic to really lean into the lyric about feeling like someone has made you feel like a ghost by cutting you off. We flipped the lyric on it's head and decided to have Daisha and I essentially haunt our exes with creepy camcorder recordings and sauntering in the shadows. It was very fun to shoot and I absolutely love the eeriness of it!”

  • Daisha McBride said, “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.”
  • source : Apple Music
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