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Cassadee Pope & Daisha McBride Drop Genre-Bending Collab, “I Died”

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Cassadee Pope is giving us another glimpse into what to expect on her forthcoming record Hereditary, which arrives on July 12. Today, the “Three Of Us” singer shared a dazzling collab with “The Rap Girl” Daisha McBride, “I Died.”

In fact, the unique genre collab came from Pope shooting her shot on social media. “I remember DMing Daisha on a whim last year, letting her know I was a fan and would love to write sometime,” she says on Instagram. “Not only did we get a great song together but we both got a new friend in the end.”

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Additionally, McBride shares that she was excited to expand her horizons. “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,” she says. “Nashville is so well-known for just country music so I’m glad we could merge rock and hip hop AND do it out of Nashville.”

If you’re looking for a refreshing breakup anthem, “I Died” is the track for you fusing modern rock vocals with clever rap verses. Check out the collab below.

Of her forthcoming album, Pope notes, “My new album 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.”

You can pre-save the new record here. Check out her full upcoming solo tour and Marianas Trench support dates below, as well as her Hey Monday performances.

Tour Dates:

  • July 11—Anaheim, California @ Chain Reaction~
  • July 12—Los Angeles, California @ The Peppermint Club~
  • July 13—Mesa, Arizona @ Nile Underground~
  • July 14—Flagstaff, AZ @ Pop Punk Summer Camp Festival 
  • July 19—Knoxville, Tennessee @ Open Chord*
  • July 20—Indianapolis, Indiana @ Turntable*
  • July 21—Louisville Kentucky @ Headliners Music Hall*
  • July 23—Albany, New York @ Empire Live*
  • July 24—Syracuse, New York @  Funk ‘N Waffles*
  • July 26—Virginia Beach, Virginia @ Elevation 27*
  • July 27—Durham, North Carolina @ Motorco Music Hall*
  • July 29—Charleston, South Carolina @ Music Farm*
  • July 30—Jacksonville, Florida @ Underbelly*
  • July 31—West Palm Beach, Florida @ Respectable Street*
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  • Sept. 17—Dallas, TX @ House of Blues !
  • Sept. 18—Houston, TX @ House of Blues !
  • Sept. 20—Orlando, FL @ House of Blues !
  • Sept. 21—Atlanta, GA @ Buckhead Theatre !
  • Sept. 22—Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works !
  • Sept. 24—Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore !
  • Sept. 25—Charlotte, NC @ The Underground !
  • Sept. 27—New York, NY @ Irving Plaza !
  • Sept. 30—Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore !
  • Oct. 1—Boston, MA @ Citizens House of Blues !
  • Oct. 3—Pittsburgh, PA @ The Roxian Theatre !
  • Oct. 4—Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom !
  • Oct. 5—Columbus, OH @ The Bluestone !
  • Oct. 7—Buffalo, NY @ Electric City !
  • Oct. 8—Grand Rapids, MI @ GLC Live at 20 Monroe !
  • Oct. 9—Chicago, IL @ House of Blues !
  • Oct. 11—Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave !
  • Oct. 12—Minneapolis, MN @ The Fillmore !
  • Oct. 13—Omaha, NE @ The Admiral !
  • Oct. 16—Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot !
  • Oct. 19—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young^
  • Feb. 4-8, 2025—Emo’s Not Dead Cruise^

~The Foxies to open.
*Natalia Taylar to open. The Foxies to offer direct support. 
!Supporting Marianas Trench.
^Performing with Hey Monday.

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