On September 23, rising country music singer Danielle Bradbery released the music video for her debut single "The Heart of Dixie."
She won the fourth season of the reality singing competition, "The Voice," where she was mentored by Blake Shelton, as part of "Team Blake." She is signed to Big Machine Records.
Her single is already in the Top 40 on country radio and it is making its way up on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts.
The video for "The Heart of Dixie" was directed by Shane Drake. It was set on a butterfly farm at Butterfly Hollow, which is located an hour outside of Nashville, Tennessee. It was filmed at a beautiful location and the video captures the mood of the song. She makes several outfit changes and it has elements in there that are reminiscent to those of Martina McBride's "Blessed" music video, which should be perceived as a huge compliment.
Overall, Danielle Bradbery's first music video for "The Heart of Dixie" video is a major success. It is creative, colorful and it features stunning cinematography. Danielle looks elegant in the video and her vocals are impeccable (where the listener can recall Martina McBride and Jessica Andrews).
Simply put, her mentor from "The Voice" Blake Shelton would surely be proud of her.
If there is anybody worthy to become the next Taylor Swift in music, it ought to be Danielle. She is extremely talented, young and possesses perfect pitch and powerful range. This girl is a great role model for aspiring singers and she is poised for country superstardom.
To learn more about Danielle Bradbery and her new single "The Heart of Dixie," check out her Facebook page.