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Album Review: I Don't Believe We've Met by Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery sheds her image of a young The Voice contestant and reintroduces herself as a perfected female artist ready to showcase her sound with the world.

Danielle Bradbery; Cover art courtesy Essential Broadcast Media

I Don't Believe We've Met is Bradbery's first album since the release of her self-titled debut in 2013, shortly after being crowned The Voice: Season 4 Champion. Her experience and life changes are reflected on the album. Throughout this project the songs come to life, Danielle wrote seen of the ten tracks on the album. The Texas-native shares her vulnerability on this album. Penned with Music Row writers including Nicolle Galyon, Rhett Akins, Thomas Rhett, and Heather Morgan, Bradbery shares an album that explores honest emotions and relationships.

No longer bordered by traditional country, she explores the world of pop and R&B tones to create her own sound. She also shows powerful vocal control and stays away from belting. With that being said, Danielle created emotional ballads and raw tracks that continue the theme of the album. It's a clear that Danielle Bradbery put in a lot of time and thought with I Don't Believe We've Met with the meaningful lyrics and moving production. Bradbery matures immensely since her debut album and creates a new path on a new and bright chapter in her career.


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