Pope premieres new "Invincible"
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
– Cassadee Pope will premiere a new performance of her current single "I Am Invincible" via FUSION's Snapchat Discover Channel at midnight Tuesday.
The video will appear exclusively on the FUSION Snapchat channel for 24 hours.
"I love finding ways for fans from different pockets to interact with me and have new experiences with each other," said Pope, who won The Voice Season 3. "I'm looking forward to sharing this full performance video with them for the first time through FUSION'S Snapchat Discover channel. So many of my fans are already going there daily so I am proud to be a part of this."
The song, which came out in July, is the first single from Pope's sophomore release. No release date has been set.
Pope's breakout hit "Wasting All These Tears" has sold more than 1 million downloads. Pope recently joined Chris Young for a new duet, "Think of You." The pair will reunite on his I'm Coming Over Tour in January.
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