'The Voice' Winner Danielle Bradbery Releases First Single "The Heart of Dixie" (LISTEN!)
The Voice season four winner Danielle Bradbery already has her first single out!
The song, entitled "The Heart of Dixie" features the signature smooth vocals of the 16-year-old phenom and has a classic country melody.
"She had a dead end job at the national bay...and a deadbeat husband who always strayed," she sings.
The story line of the song seems a little deep for such a young girl to be singing, but Danielle's voice goes so far beyond her years, it somehow works.
Danielle's coach on the show was Blake Shelton, who gushed that she just might be "the most important artist to ever walk across The Voice stage."
The pair did a duet together on the show, which Danielle confessed was a little "awkward" because they were singing a love song and Danielle looks to Blake as more of a father figure.
As soon as the single was released, Blake showed his support for his protege on his Twitter page, writing, "I just downloaded @DBradbery 'Heart Of Dixie' on iTunes... It's so freaking good I can't even... it's just... I need a drink!!!"
Click the video above to listen for yourself and tell us what you think of Danielle's new single.