RaeLynn's 2016 keeps getting better and better. The recent newlywed signed a new record deal with Warner Brothers on June 7 in Nashville.

The "God Made Girls" singer shared the good news on all of her socials shortly after the celebration at Aurora Studio.

"It's official y'all. I'm a Warner Brothers artist. So thankful to be apart of this family and to get the music I have been working on out. Today was a dream come true. Thank you Espo for lovin my artistry. This Unicorn can fly now," she captioned with a photo of herself, sporting a Warner Brothers t-shirt, and Warner Music Nashville Chairman and CEO John Esposito.

The Tennessean was at the event. RaeLynn played new music, including her upcoming single "Love Triangle," which they report is an "aching ballad told from the perspective of a child who is caught in the middle of her parents' divorce."

"We made the record and then we pitched it to a couple of labels," RaeLynn tells the Tennessean. "I'm so happy to now be on Warner. It's been a long time coming. Today is a really special day for me. They've always treated me like family. It's like family you've always known."

Blake Shelton was also in the room to congratulate his former protege from The Voice.

In April, RaeLynn departed from Big Machine Label Group as a recording artist. In 2012, she signed to Republic Nashville following her time on The Voice. She released her five-song EP, Me, in early 2015 and two singles.

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