Danielle Bradbery is wasting no time moving forward and capitalizing on winning Season 4 of 'The Voice.' The singer, a newly minted Big Machine Label Group artist, is readying the release of her debut single, 'The Heart of Dixie,' which will land at digital retailers on July 16.

That's right around the corner.

Bradbery nabbed 'The Voice' crown on June 18 and signed with BMLG the following day, so she moved quickly into the first phase of her post-'Voice' professional career, striking while the iron is hot and while her name is fresh in people's minds and on their tongues.

One of the main criticisms of reality singing shows is that the winners wait too long after their big wins to release albums and Bradbery is avoiding that trap.

Bradbery has been in the studio with songwriter Brett James, who has worked with Kip Moore. James co-wrote the track with fellow songwriters Troy Verges and Caitlyn Smith.

Word is Bradbery's debut album will land in the fall. She has said she hopes to be this generation's Carrie Underwood. Go get 'em, girl.