From winning "The Voice," to releasing her very first single, and now at the end of the week -- releasing her very first video, Danielle Bradbery is ready for the next step in her music career.
The video is scheduled for release this Friday.
"I'm so excited and I cannot wait," said the 17 year old from Cypress. "I've seen little rough drafts of it, and just kind of get the feel of what it's going to be like."
Bradbery's record label shared behind-the-scenes photos of the video shoot with Local 2.
It was shot in Nashville, with Bradbery being able to give her sister and best friend roles in the production.
Since winning "The Voice," Bradbery's also been busy performing across the country at athletic events -- and at concerts headlined by her former "Voice" coach, Blake Shelton.
Starting this November, Bradbery's scheduled to be one of the opening acts for country star Brad Paisley. That same month, she'll sing the National Anthem before kickoff of the Texans' Sunday night game on Local 2.
"That means a lot to me because it's my hometown and Texans games are so much fun," said Bradbery. "I'm so excited to sing that. I just cannot wait," she said with a laugh.
So much of Bradbery's world has changed in a matter of months, but she does what she can to stay grounded and be a normal teen. That includes attending her old high school's homecoming this year.
"It's refreshing," she said. "I'm like, 'Okay, okay this is good.' I get to be a normal student for once and it's really cool."
November will be an even bigger month for Bradbery with the scheduled release of her first full album on Nov. 19.