Star from "The Voice" Set to Release First Full Album
Cassadee Pope made headlines this past year as the winner of NBC's hit show "The Voice". After being taken under Blake Shelton's wing during her time as a contestant on the show, Pope took the role of a country pop singer similar to Kelly Clarkson. Pope's powerful first single of of her album "Frame By Frame" was "Wasting All These Tears" which outlines an emotional breakup that drew immediate comparisons to Clarkson's artistry. Pope has just recently released another promotional single, "Eleven", off of her freshman album. "11"(Eleven) is a more cerebral song than "Wasting All These Tears" as it follows a young girl's coming of age after her father leaves her mother. With a voice quality that is arguably unmatched in country music's young female talent, Pope sings "11" with an emotion that gives the song and incredibly authentic feel. Country music is in for a treat with Pope's new album as she unveils eleven songs, three of which have been released as singles and promotional singles ("Wasting All These Tears", "You Hear A Song", and "Eleven"). The "Frame By Frame" album is slated to be released on October 8th and will likely confirm the expectations that Pope is not leaving the country music limelight any time soon.
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