Danielle Bradbery Says New Record Is ‘Honest’

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Danielle Bradbery’s sophomore album, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, is finally here, and the singer shared a heartfelt message with her fans to announce it.

After winning The Voice in 2013 (Season 4), Bradebery released her first solo, self-titled record. Now, four years later, she’s back with new music, and according to her it’s more “honest and vulnerable,” and you need to hear it.

“I’ve been imagining this moment since before we had a title or release date. I remember thinking Dec 1, 2017 was a lifetime away when we decided on it. And now we are here,” Bradbery wrote on Instagram on Friday along with the album art for her record. “It was so important for me to be as honest and vulnerable as I possibly could with this record because I owed it to you guys.”

The Texas native’s second record is all about showing who she’s become and the road that got her there and trust us, it’s worth a listen.

I’ve been imagining this moment since before we had a title or release date. I remember thinking Dec 1, 2017 was a lifetime away when we decided on it. And now we are here. It was so important for me to be as honest and vulnerable as I possibly could with this record because I owed it to you guys. I will never be able to express how grateful I am for your loyalty and patience – it’s because of you that I felt secure in taking my time to develop in to the adult, writer, and artist I wanted to be. I hope that shines through in these songs and I hope the wait was worth it. I love you all. It took four years to be able to say it but we FINALLY can – my sophomore record, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, is available everywhere now!! 👋🏼❤️

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“I will never be able to express how grateful I am for your loyalty and patience – it’s because of you that I felt secure in taking my time to develop in to the adult, writer, and artist I wanted to be. I hope that shines through in these songs and I hope the wait was worth it,” she continued.

Before ending her post, she thanked all of her fans once again, and man has she come a long way since her start on The Voice!

“I love you all. It took four years to be able to say it but we FINALLY can – my sophomore record, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, is available everywhere now!! 👋🏼❤️.”

Check out Bradbery’s new album, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, here.

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