A Q&A Six-Pack With Shae Dupuy On Her Recent Release “Black and White”

By Aaron Wagner

Rising country artist Shae Dupuy recently released her latest single “Black and White.”

With some of the most honest and real lyrics you’ve heard in a song, Shae tackles the age old question “what went wrong?” While many times it’s easy to pinpoint it on something, just as often there’s not a great reason for ending a relationship. Shae finds herself stuck in the grey area, which oddly enough leaves her with more questions and feeling even worse about the relationship being over.

It’s Friday and 5 O’Clock somewhere so pop a cold one and enjoy our Q&A Six-Pack with Shae Dupuy about her recent release “Black and White”

  1. What was the songwriting process like?  
    I came into the write for “Black and White” already having the idea. A friend and I had been having this conversation about this breakup I had just been through and I told him I just wished it was black and white and I knew I had to write that song. 

  2. Did you have a certain vibe or sound in mind when writing it?
    I knew it wasn’t going to be a happy song, but not much else besides that!

  3. What was it like working with Kyle Rife, Jeremy Bussey (Jason Aldean), and Derek Wells (Kenny Chesney, Maren Morris) on this track? 
    Kyle and Jermey really got where I wanted to go with this idea and helped me create the bones of this song. Derek took those bones and brought this song to life. I couldn’t have asked for a better group of guys to work with! 

  4. If you could describe the emotions of the song in 3 words, what would they be? 
    I’d probably use: sad, frustrated, and romantic. 

  5. When people listen to this, what do you want them to get out of the song? 
    I want people to understand that even though we wish things were black and white, they rarely are. Sometimes things just don’t work out and that’s ok! 

  6. Anything else fans should know?
    Keep an eye out for more music coming soon!