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

Four years after she burst onto the scene as the season four winner of The Voice, Danielle Bradbery has reintroduced herself to the world with her sophomore album, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.

The title of the 10 track record sets the tone, this is a new Danielle Bradbery. This isn’t the 17 year old that the world met on TV, and that’s good. None among us knew at 17 what we were going to be like at 21. And those of who looked back at 17 when we were 21 surely saw some differences in perspective when it comes to nearly everything in life.

With heavy hitters like Thomas Rhett and Rhett Akins in her corner, and the support of her label (Big Machine/BMLG) Bradbery has had the chance to embrace her growth, learn about herself as an adult and an artist, and use the experience of life to fuel her new music.

We saw Bradbery on the main stage at the Boots & Hearts Music Festival in 2014, and the performer we saw that afternoon had all the signs of potential that you’d ever hope to see. Her voice was strong, her charm shone through, and now that she’s had three years of growing and evolving musically, we can’t wait for the chance to see her on stage again to play Potential, Worth It, Hello Summer and more from I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.

Related: Danielle Bradbery at Boots & Hearts 2014

The lead single, Sway, was released on June 2, 2017 and was the world’s introduction to the Danielle Bradbery the Texan songstress wanted us all to meet. With nearly 9 million streams on Spotify and YouTube, radio play all over, and a whole lot people inspired to sway, it’s safe to say that it’s all working out so far.

Bradbery has been quoted as saying, “With I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, I got the opportunity to work with amazing writers and producers that brought out my unique style and allowed me to tap into so many different influences. This is the beginning of a new chapter for me, and I am so excited for everyone to hear what we’ve made.”. And she should be excited. This is a fun record that has songs that can be danced to, sung along with, and that show off stories and feelings that make country music what it is. It might not be stripped down pickin’ and pedal steel – but it’s country music, and Danielle Bradbery should be proud of the work she put in and the album she has to show for it.

The strength in her voice that we were all first introduced to on songs like The Heart Of Dixie is still present on his follow-up album, and it would be impossible to tell you now that we don’t still believe that Bradbery has what it takes to be a big star in country music.

Back to the growing up… as an artist Bradbery has discovered and cultivated the songwriter inside of her artist’s heart. And on this new album, the 21 year old has been able to express herself for their first time, not only through her performances, but through the songs themselves. Danielle Bradbery co-wrote seven songs on the new album, and welcomed writers including Thomas Rhett, Rhett Akins, Jaren Johnston, Emily Weisband, Molly Reed, and Nicolle Galyon (and more) to work with her on the project.

Whether you choose to embrace the love stories that music brings, or the deeper personal emotions, or songs to dance to, or you’re open to all of it, Danielle Bradbery’s I Don’t Believe We’ve Met is here for you if you’re here for it.

We are.

Danielle Bradbery, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met Tracklist

1. Sway
2. Potential
3. What Are We Doing
4. Worth It
5. Can’t Stay Mad
6. Messy
7. Red Wine + White Couch
8. Hello Summer
9. Human Diary
10. Laying Low


Danielle Bradbery Promo Photo via Facebook 2017

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

Four years after she burst onto the scene as the season four winner of The Voice, Danielle Bradbery has reintroduced herself to the world with her sophomore album, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.

The title of the 10 track record sets the tone, this is a new Danielle Bradbery. This isn’t the 17 year old that the world met on TV, and that’s good. None among us knew at 17 what we were going to be like at 21. And those of who looked back at 17 when we were 21 surely saw some differences in perspective when it comes to nearly everything in life.

With heavy hitters like Thomas Rhett and Rhett Akins in her corner, and the support of her label (Big Machine/BMLG) Bradbery has had the chance to embrace her growth, learn about herself as an adult and an artist, and use the experience of life to fuel her new music.

We saw Bradbery on the main stage at the Boots & Hearts Music Festival in 2014, and the performer we saw that afternoon had all the signs of potential that you’d ever hope to see. Her voice was strong, her charm shone through, and now that she’s had three years of growing and evolving musically, we can’t wait for the chance to see her on stage again to play Potential, Worth It, Hello Summer and more from I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.

Related: Danielle Bradbery at Boots & Hearts 2014

The lead single, Sway, was released on June 2, 2017 and was the world’s introduction to the Danielle Bradbery the Texan songstress wanted us all to meet. With nearly 9 million streams on Spotify and YouTube, radio play all over, and a whole lot people inspired to sway, it’s safe to say that it’s all working out so far.

Bradbery has been quoted as saying, “With I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, I got the opportunity to work with amazing writers and producers that brought out my unique style and allowed me to tap into so many different influences. This is the beginning of a new chapter for me, and I am so excited for everyone to hear what we’ve made.”. And she should be excited. This is a fun record that has songs that can be danced to, sung along with, and that show off stories and feelings that make country music what it is. It might not be stripped down pickin’ and pedal steel – but it’s country music, and Danielle Bradbery should be proud of the work she put in and the album she has to show for it.

The strength in her voice that we were all first introduced to on songs like The Heart Of Dixie is still present on his follow-up album, and it would be impossible to tell you now that we don’t still believe that Bradbery has what it takes to be a big star in country music.

Back to the growing up… as an artist Bradbery has discovered and cultivated the songwriter inside of her artist’s heart. And on this new album, the 21 year old has been able to express herself for their first time, not only through her performances, but through the songs themselves. Danielle Bradbery co-wrote seven songs on the new album, and welcomed writers including Thomas Rhett, Rhett Akins, Jaren Johnston, Emily Weisband, Molly Reed, and Nicolle Galyon (and more) to work with her on the project.

Whether you choose to embrace the love stories that music brings, or the deeper personal emotions, or songs to dance to, or you’re open to all of it, Danielle Bradbery’s I Don’t Believe We’ve Met is here for you if you’re here for it.

We are.

Danielle Bradbery, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met Tracklist

1. Sway
2. Potential
3. What Are We Doing
4. Worth It
5. Can’t Stay Mad
6. Messy
7. Red Wine + White Couch
8. Hello Summer
9. Human Diary
10. Laying Low


Danielle Bradbery Promo Photo via Facebook 2017

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