Cassadee Pope Says She’s ‘Moving Away from the Country Space’ with Levi Hummon Collaboration ‘RSVP’

Levi Hummon has consistently respected Cassadee Pope.

“I couldn’t say whether Cassadee knows this, yet she was really my very first show beyond Nashville,” the country vocalist musician, 31, tells Individuals.

“I was opening up for her at Bogart’s in Cincinnati.” “Truly?” Pope, 33, asks resoundingly. “That is so cool.” Maybe considerably cooler is the way that Hummon has additionally lengthy needed to compose close by Pope, going to the extent that holding specific melody titles and thoughts for her until the second that they could at last team up.

“Indeed, even this [writing session] got moved three or multiple times,” laughs Hummon, the child of noted artist Marcus Hummon.

“Be that as it may, this time, not entirely set in stone to make it work.”

It surely worked. The pair’s new tune “RSVP” presents a sonic experience of sorts for the two craftsmen, who have each influenced this way and that among pop and country.

The sounds consolidate pleasantly on the tune, which Hummon had held in his back pocket for Pope for some time — under its unique title “Get-together.”

“It wasn’t exactly a blue grass tune, it wasn’t exactly a pop melody. It wasn’t actually anything, yet only sort of an account of being distant from everyone else after the party and wishing that the one individual you needed there was there,” recalls Hummon of making “RSVP.”

He proceeds, “The entire time, Cassadee continued to raise the entire ‘Ross and Rachel’ [from Friends] thing, where the two of them need to see one another, however it never comes into fulfillment. That is the very thing Cassadee truly added to the melody. That is to say, she raised the melody to a completely separate level.”


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Positively, Pope has done this oftentimes previously, both in the composing room and in the recording studio, working together in the past with blue grass music hitmakers including Chris Youthful and Minimal Big Town’s Karen Fairchild.

“I love all that I’ve teamed up on with any other person previously,” shares the Voice alum. “Frequently, I come in after the tune’s been composed, and I attempt and add my twist to it, however this is actually the principal coordinated effort that I got to actually inventively add to and be one more essayist in the space for.”

Hence, Pope says she feels genuinely associated with “RSVP.”

“The topic is something that gets shrouded continually in films and Television programs, however I’ve never genuinely heard it in a tune like this,” says Pope.

“Thus, I truly was pleased that we remained focused and truly got that inclination across eventually.”

By the by, the verses of “RSVP truly do leave a few inventive strings unfastened, which is something else that the two craftsmen love about it.

“We would rather not overexplain in the tune,” says Pope. “Essentially, all he needed was her,” adds Hummon, “and she won’t ever appear.”

Yet, for “RSVP,” Pope appeared, permitting Hummon to at last get to team up with the craftsman that has charmed him for such countless years.

“I really love her voice, but at the same time I love pushing the limits with what is down home music or what is music and our identity as specialists,” remarks Hummon, who teamed up last year with Walker Hayes on the viral “Paying for It.” “I realize that Cassadee is one of those individuals that could truly assist me with laying out that with just absolutely her voice,” he adds.


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“From a truly youthful age, I figured out how to sing with individuals,” reviews Pope. “There are times where I step out, and I sing a piece contrastingly when it’s performance, and afterward you sing somewhat unique while you sing with someone. That is simply aspect of teaming up with someone.” She stops briefly.

“I feel that truly separates individuals,” she says unobtrusively. “I love when individuals can team up and mix with another person as opposed to it being this shouting challenge.

It tends to be great, yet it’s sort of extreme and irritating sounding once in a while.” “RSVP” likewise permits Pope to proceed with her melodic excursion in somewhat of an alternate bearing — by and by.  “I’m getting away from the nation space and going more into pop stone where I came from at first,” makes sense of Pope, whose vocation started in the band Hello Monday.

“I’m happy that [‘RSVP’] sort of rides those lines. It’s an extraordinary sort of scaffold for me between what I did previously and where I’m going with my next performance project.”