Danielle Bradbery is a popular American singer from Cypress, Texas. She is better known as a winner of the season four of the NBC's The Voice in 2013. She then became the youngest contestant to grab the title until Sawyer Fredericks became a winner of the eighth season.
The young singer of just 20 is actively involved in the profession since 2013. She makes her effective appearance in the field and is seeking for the fine career in singing. She also makes a good amount of money through her work which makes a good net worth of her.
The famous American country singer Danielle Bradbery managed to earn a good amount of money in her short career in singing. She currently holds a net worth of $ 300 thousand according to some sources.
As per some sources, Danielle also makes a good amount of money through sponsorships, ads, endorsement, featuring and so on. Her estimated annual income is around $352,941 and sponsorship/endorsement amount is $78,431.
She was just 17 while she became the winner of the NBC's The Voice. She then gained the whopping $100,000 as a prize amount. More importantly, she signed a deal with the University Music Group which played a vital role for her on becoming a renowned singer.
Danielle Bradbery with The Voice trophy
Danielle Bradbery's singing career hasn't taken a big leap yet as she is just trying to make her effective appearance in the field. She told she has been passionate about singing since her early childhood. She gained her recognition as an emerging singer from the NBC's singing reality show 'The Voice'.
On March 25, 2013, she gave her blind audition for the selection in the show. She there performed Taylor Swift's "Mean" where she alluded the judges with her brilliant skill in singing. She chose Blake Shelton as her mentor and remained on his team.
Danielle Bradbery during her performance in The Voice
During her journey in The Voice, she often amazed the judge and all of the viewers with her singing ability. During the Top 5, she sang "Please Remember Me" and "Who I Am" which reached the 6 and 4 spots respectively on the iTunes top 10 charts. By the end of the season, she had more iTunes downloads than any other contestant in the show's history.
After she won the competition, some of the persons and sources speculated that she wouldn't be a singing star. They told the fact relying on the previous winners. Coming to the four season of the singing reality show, it was still unable to give a true singing star and they believed Danielle Bradberry would also join the group of the previous three winners. But, it is slowly becoming the wild guess.
The same year she won The Voice, she released her first self-titled album on November 25, 2013. After that, she released the first single from her second album "Friend Zone" on August 28, 2015. The song, however, never had an official terrestrial radio release and was a "buzz" single.
In her short career in singing, she attained the remarkable height. She is still trying hard to become a popular rock star of the nation. She hasn't received any award from her profession till the date. But she was once nominated for the Female Vocalist of the Year for American Country Countdown Awards in 2014.