Danielle Bradbery Opens Up About ‘Nerve-Wracking’ Sophomore Album

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It’s been a long time since fans of Danielle Bradbery have heard new songs from the artist, and she’s well aware of the pressures that come with a follow-up record.

While attending the 2017 Country Music Awards on Wednesday, Bradbery stopped on the red carpet to talk to Billboard about her upcoming record, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, which drops next month.

“You name it is what I’m feeling,” Bradbery told Billboard when asked how she’s feeling about her next record. “It’s been so long. I’ve been working on it for a year and it’s been four years since my first album, so it’s been a while. A little nerve-wracking, yes.”

Despite being nervous about her second studio album (her first record was released in 2013), Bradbery says she’s come along way since she was on The Voice (she won season 4) — which gave her the start she needed in country music.

“You know, I was very, very shy. So, I’ve gained a lot of confidence since then,” she said in regards to her time on the music competition before revealed that after the show she learned to be a songwriter, and you’re going to see that change when the next album hits.

“I started to song write, so I’m writing on this next record,” she said. “Seven out of 10.” Yes, Bradbery will not only be releasing a new album in December, but she wrote seven out of the 10 tracks that’ll be on it, which is a big shift from her debut record, and we can’t wait to hear it.

I Don’t Believe We’ve Met drops on December 1, 2017.

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