The Voice's fourth-season winner Danielle Bradbery has been signed to Taylor Swift's record label.

The 16-year-old country star from Cypress, Texas has inked a record deal with Nashville's Big Machine Records and is set to begin recording her debut album next week, People reported.

Bradbery never failed to impress her The Voice coach Blake Shelton with her perfect pitch and confident onstage presence despite the fact she had never performed in public prior to auditioning for the show. She was also the youngest contestant to participate this season and win the show.

Big Machine Records, which also represents Rascal Flatts and Tim McGraw, is part of the Big Machine Label Group, which also includes Republic Nashville, the label Cassadee Pope signed with following her third-season The Voice victory last year.

"I definitely would love to have Blake included in everything. The music, I want to make my own song and -- Oh man I'm just so excited for whatever comes," Bradbery told Entertainment Weekly this week after her big win.

The Voice coach Adam Levine dubbed Bradbery the winner of the show's fourth season during Monday night's live performance show in which he told the artist she had one of the better voices he's ever heard live. During that episode, Shelton added that she's "one of the most important artists we've ever seen walk across this stage."
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