Danielle Bradbery, the winner of season four of the Voice, has officially signed with Big Machine Records.
The sixteen-year-old country singer plans to travel to Nashville and meet with producers—and potentially even begin recording some music—as early as this week. She is undoubtedly looking to maintain the momentum of her recent win on the Voice and release new songs as soon as possible.
Her Voice coach, Blake Shelton, has expressed his enthusiasm for Bradbery’s talent and his excitement to have finally won the competition with a country artist. Shelton has explained that Bradbery has an enormous respect for the history of country music despite her young age and believes that she has the potential to make a lasting impact of her own on the genre.
Bradbery will be among good company at Big Machine: the record label is also home to successful country artists Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts and Tim McGraw. If the talent Bradbery displayed on the Voice is any indication, she will certainly be able to hold her own with such established names in the music industry.