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DANIELLE BRADBERY GETS HONEST
10/15/20

Big Machine Label Group’s Danielle Bradbery has spent 2020 finding her footing in the country scene. The Texas native made a splash with her sophomore album I Don’t Believe We’ve Met back in 2017, which features RIAA gold-certified “Sway,” and since then, she’s been kicking things up a notch.

Earlier this year, the 24-year-old released “Never Have I Ever” via BMLG. Amassing over 14m streams to date, Bradbery penned the track alongside Laura Veltz and David Hodges. She also delivered a socially distant music video directed by Peter Zavadil for the single.

Most recently, she dropped the heartfelt single “Girls in my Hometown.” The reflective piano ballad tugs at the heartstrings and represents a new chapter for the singer/songwriter.

Bradbery has come a long way since winning season 4 of NBC’s The Voice. With multiple award nominations under her belt and having toured with the likes of Kane Brown, Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert and more, keep an eye out for what’s yet to come from Bradbery.

In the meantime, check out “Girls in my Hometown” here and watch the music video for “Never Have I Ever” below.