The Voice Winner Cassadee Pope on Her New Album, “It’s Everything I’ve Always Wanted” (VIDEO)

The Voice Season 3 winner, Cassadee Pope, is so excited about the album she’s working on in Nashville, she posted an update on You Tube.

The singer recently announced that she had signed a record contract with Republic Nashville.

She’s got no major details to share, but she promises the new stuff is going to be “everything I’ve ever wanted.” She adds, “Lyrically, you guys are going to get to know me that much better.”

Watch Cassadee’s message below:

  • JPA5JPA5

    Wasnt she a pop singer before; guess shes  trying that ‘country thing’ since t hats worked for others

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/XDQP2Y46M5B3OHOKALDDGDHQCM Leandro

    She seems to be an adorable person. And she’s very hot. I just wished she could sing.

  • Jordana33

    LOL. I wonder if her band members knew that she had always wanted to do country.

  • vdawg

    It just seems that she was not “country” until the last few weeks of the Voice.  I have no interest in her music since there are alot of country females who cannot get airplay or a contract.  This just makes me mad.  I will not be watching Voice anymore.  This is just fake. 

  • Jordana33

    What also pissed me off was that Blake had far more authentic country singers on his team, like Gracia (the yodeler), but he eliminated them pretty early, probably because they would have taken votes from Cassadee. If he’s not careful, the country contestants will stop picking him as a coach, because he has a terrible track record of getting them to the live rounds, which is odd.

  • wordnerdarchie

    Wasnt she a pop singer before; guess shes  trying that ‘country thing’ since t hats worked for others

    Her band, Hey Monday, was considered a rock band (or pop rock) and toured with bands Fall Out Boys and Yellowcard for example.

  • http://twitter.com/andrejkur andre j kur

    One of the first label meetings Veronica Ballestrini, 20, who will release her album “What I’m All About (TimBob)” this month, took was with Jive Records, home to Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. “They saw me as a pop artist,” she said. “Without the banjo and the fiddle, this could be a pop album.”
    Jay Frank, the senior vice president for music strategy at Country Music Television: “Hearing Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood on pop radio stations means that for a new generation of listener, country is no longer taboo. Eighteen- to 29-year-olds, you used to ask them what they listen to, and they’d say ‘All kinds of music except country’. Now that’s changed. If we nail it right as a community, we’ve got an audience that we’ll take with us for the next 20 years.”