Danielle Bradbery Welcomes Fans to the “Friend Zone”


One thing can be said about the big machine that is Big Machine Label Group — it is constantly cranking, even continuing to push through the gender-based wall that has been built by the industry. Last month, Cassadee Pope proclaimed invincibility with her new single “I Am Invincible,” and this Friday, Maddie & Tae will release the duo’s debut full-length album Start Here. Much to the surprise and excitement of Danielle Bradbery fans, this Friday, August 28th, will bring them something to celebrate, as well.

After almost two years since the release of her debut album, Danielle announced today via social media that her song, “Friend Zone,” which she has been performing live at shows around the country, will become available on iTunes.

Morning! Finally able to tell y’all that #FRIENDZONE will be available on @itunes THIS Friday (8/28)!

We can’t wait to check out the studio version of the song that has been keeping fans optimistic that new music is on the horizon, but, until Friday, we will be listening to the live version on repeat! We invite you to do the same by watch the video below.

Let us know what you think of “Friend Zone” by leaving us a comment here or tweeting us @NashvilleGab!



This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. RickyGBeBe@hotmail.com'

    ha kissing big machines ass only takes away from the fact they’ve created that gender wall with FlorigiaGeoriaLine. theyve stunted danielle and i just hope this songs proves to them people care about her as an artist.

  2. janetnave@gmail.com'
    janet nave

    Cannot understand a word of it. Not impressed. There are so many young female artists now that majority will fade with bro country ruling. Ugh

  3. antunesmd@hotmail.com'

    this is really bad, very weak lyrically. i really want to support females in country music, but it’s hard when some of them insist on putting out crap like this just to fit in on radio’s current state. everything about this girl always bores me so much, there’s no personality in anything she does, but i guess that’s because of her age. maybe she’s still trying to figure herself out.

    1. elisantos52@gmail.com'

      She just turned 18 so I think lyrically the song is perfect for her and her fan base. I’m actually 28 years old and this song brings me memories from 10 years ago, being silly and figuring the whole “boy” thing – that and I love Baseball so this song is pretty cool.

  4. antunesmd@hotmail.com'

    the only reason she’s kinda relevant is because blake shelton doesn’t shut up about her.

    1. Shannon

      I actually like her so there are other reasons she’s relevant.

    2. Jen Swirsky

      I love her. I think she has an amazing voice and isn’t being given enough opportunities to shine. And her fan base is wildly supportive, which likewise helps relevancy.

    3. elisantos52@gmail.com'

      I’m pretty sure that is NOT true (: She is quite talented.

  5. elisantos52@gmail.com'

    I think this girl could kick ass if given the opportunity. She is 18, on a crazy journey, hopefully she is able to find herself and be successful in this industry. I don’t understand why everyone immediately judges and start writing negative comments. Live and let live man.

    1. Jen Swirsky

      Amen. Couldn’t agree with you more, Elizabeth.

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