Throughout Season 4 of The Voice, Danielle Bradbery proved that she was the one to beat. Each week she showed off another dimension of her beautiful, seemingly effortless voice. At just 17, she may be young, but her voice sure packs a wallop! A mere five months after winning The Voice, the Texan released her self-titled debut, which includes her two singles, the cleverly written "Heart of Dixie" and "I Will Never Forget You," the latter a beautiful ballad that Bradbery describes as a "powerful song" that's a "challenge getting up in those high notes." One of the many things we loved learning about on The Voice was Bradbery's deep-rooted admiration for country music. Song choices such as Jo Dee Messina's "Heads Carolina, Tails California" and Patty Loveless' "Timber I'm Falling in Love" showed off her flawless vocals and introduced '90s country to a whole new generation.
In her rare spare time, Bradbery made Rhapsody a playlist of her current favorite songs. Some of the judges from The Voice make an appearance, as do a few classic rock staples, a little hip-hop and a whole lot of country. Bradbery says, "This playlist is a mix of my favorite songs that I've got on repeat right now, and the songs that I grew up listening to. I love listening to all types of music, but I think it's obvious that my roots are in country!"