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Cassie Dasilva Press Photo outside wearing a colorful dress
Photo by Laura Joy Photography

Cassie Dasilva releases an appealing music video for her “Unsolicited Contact” single

Cassie Dasilva is a singer-songwriter based in Ontario, Canada. Not too long ago, she released an appealing music video for her “Unsolicited Contact” single.

Cassie Dasilva – “Unsolicited Contact” music video

“Text me on my birthday, not to wish me happy birthday. Just to tell me ‘bout the other girl that you’re in love with now. Yeah, I think her name is Megan. Well, I know her name is Megan ‘cause your mom posted that photo. I’ll pretend I just found out. Say you’re sorry for the heavy text. Yeah, what the hell, did you forget? We haven’t talked since back in May. Back when your uncle passed away. You wanna make me jealous? Sorry, I’m not overzealous.” – lyrics

‘Unsolicited Contact’ tells an intriguing tale about a young woman who refuses to be pulled back into a relationship with an ex-boyfriend. Apparently, they ended their rocky relationship four years ago. Therefore, from her point of view, it’s a little too late for him to want her back.

‘Unsolicited Contact’ is featured on Cassie Dasilva’s upcoming debut EP, entitled, “Enough,” set to be independently released on July 23, 2021. The six-track project is a collection of songs that focuses on relationships and explores both dealing with a breakup and finding love.

“Enough”

Cassie Dasilva - "Enough" song cover art
Photo by Laura Joy Photography

“‘Enough’ is a collection of songs that focuses on relationships and explores both dealing with a breakup and being in love. I understand that, thematically, the two don’t go together. But I’ve found in my experience that love and heartbreak aren’t sequential. They’re not always independent of one another. And it’s entirely possible to experience feelings of heartbreak, anger, and frustration while completely falling in love with someone new. I know, because that’s my story.” – Cassie Dasilva explained

For this 100% female-produced project, Dasilva has crafted a collection of songs that are unapologetically vulnerable and honest. Calling out our collective exes amidst infectious melodies and edgy production, she not only has a lot to say but has figured out exactly how she wants to say it… and she’s ready to be heard.

Cassie Dasilva

Cassie Dasilva Press Photo outside wearing a colorful dress
Photo by Laura Joy Photography

Dasilva was determined to create the EP with an all-female production team after a disappointing major label deal left her navigating the industry on her own. She is currently working with multi-award-winning Canadian songwriter/producers, Robyn Dell’Unto (Wild Rivers, Gus, Lu Kala), and Hill Kourkoutis (Jules, Serena Ryder). Also, with Grammy award-winning mastering engineer, Emily Lazar.

Cassie Dasilva

Cassie Dasilva Press Photo outside wearing a yellow dress squatted in front of a peach backdrop
Photo by Laura Joy Photography

Dasilva has seen continued growth on social media and on streaming platforms since releasing two more singles from her EP, We Might Break Up and I Don’t Trust Anyone Anymore. In addition, the EP will include three new tracks, I Don’t Hang out with My Exes, Darkside, and Enough.

Cassie Dasilva Press Photo outside wearing a yellow dress standing in front of a peach backdrop
Photo by Laura Joy Photography

‘Darkside’ gives insight into the end of a past relationship, and is a reflection of being able to come out of that darkness into a place of love and growth. The title track, Enough, was written about finding love and contentment with her current long-term boyfriend. Also, the song acknowledges that true love, above all else, is enough.

“Unsolicited Contact” single

Cassie Dasilva - “Unsolicited Contact” song cover art

We recommend adding Cassie Dasilva’s “Unsolicited Contact” single to your favorite pop playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment. And always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).


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