Danielle Bradbery is the youngest champion of 'The Voice,' but she's pressing forward in her career just like a pro -- the newcomer has just announced the release date for her self-titled debut album. 

The 17-year-old revealed the date during a live Facebook chat on Oct. 1, where she also talked about how her journey between 'The Voice and the present has been. "It feels like I just walked off 'The Voice' stage so it's crazy to think I'm about to release my first album," Bradbery says. "Nashville has been so welcoming to me throughout this entire process and I couldn’t be more proud of the music we’ve created."

"I am so excited to get all the songs into the hands of the fans who gave me this amazing opportunity in the first place!" she adds.

All of Danielle Bradbery's fans were waiting in anticipation to hear the release date, which will be right before Thanksgiving on Nov. 19.

Not only did the singer reveal the street date -- she also unveiled the album's cover. "Thanks so much for chatting with me. .. my album is going to be out on Nov. 19 and here's the cover! You'll be able to pre-order it soon. Hope you like it as much as I do! Share it with your friends!" Bradbery writes.

The album art shows 'The Heart of Dixie' singer looking gorgeous with wavy, long blonde hair, a flowing white shirt and natural makeup that accentuates her delicate features. She's standing in front of an old car with with vintage flowers as part of the art design, and it feels reminiscent of the 1960s.

November will be a big month for Bradbery. Not only will her debut album hit stores, but she'll also ope for country superstar Brad Paisley on his Beat This Summer Tour. This Thanksgiving, the rising young star will have a whole lot to be grateful for!