Cassadee Pope announced her upcoming album Thrive during a recent appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”
“I’m so honored to be revealing that on your show,” Pope told the host Kelly Clarkson, who had enlisted Pope to help mentor her team on NBC‘s “The Voice.” “I’m so proud of it.”
“I’ve been a fan of Kelly’s since her first audition on ‘American Idol.’ To have been invited to her show is such an honor and I’m so glad her show is where I officially make my album announcement,” Pope added in a statement.
The singer-songwriter said the songs in the set will be a blend of pop-punk and country music.
“I just found this sweet spot of incorporating all of it and finding that blend,” she said. “I hope that people get that from the album.”
Pope also explained the reason for naming the album Thrive, saying that the word explodes with empowerment and endurance.
“The title track talks about not just surviving something but thriving from it, and I’m at a point in my life where I can see how the hard times were necessary,” she said. “I also feel so unapologetically me in this new project which makes me thrive in every sense of the word!”
Pope also performed “What the Stars See” during her appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”
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