The ink is barely dry on her new recording contract, but rising star Danielle Bradbery is already getting set for the release of her first single. The 16-year-old winner of the fourth season of NBC's 'The Voice' has revealed the title, art work and release date for her debut, which will be released to digital retailers in less than two weeks.

According to Roughstock, Bradbery has been in the studio working with songwriter Brett James, who also produces Kip Moore. James co-wrote the new song, 'The Heart of Dixie,' with Troy Verges and Caitlyn Smith. It will be available via digital retailers on July 16.

That's less than one month after Bradbery was declared the winner of 'The Voice' on June 18. She signed a deal with Big Machine Label Group the very next day. The new deal makes her labelmates with some of country's hottest acts, including Taylor Swift, Justin Moore and the Band Perry.

'The Heart of Dixie' is the advance first single from an album that Bradbery will release in the fall.