Drake White has found a label home. The 'Simple Life' singer has signed with Dot Records, a division of Big Machine Label Group.

"All an artist could ever ask for is at Dot," White says. "Excitement surrounds the revitalization of this nostalgic name and the band and I are ecstatic to be working with this team! I want to be around dreamers, people that are not afraid to push boundaries. It's gonna be a great ride with this diverse, talented family. [Big Machine CEO Scott Borchetta] is a doer and [General Manager Chris Stacey] has great ears and a straight shooting gun. I'm so blessed to be working with these great folks."

"Drake White is one of the most dynamic live performers I have ever seen," Stacey adds. "He is a phenomenal songwriter and a powerhouse vocalist. I believe he can be a force in today's musical landscape and I welcome him to the Dot Records' family."

The Tennessee native has already been performing and touring all over the country. He earned a coveted slot as an opening act on Toby Keith's 2013 Hammer Down Tour, and has also opened for Willie Nelson, Eric Church, Kid Rock, Alan Jackson and others.

White's debut single, 'Simple Life,' was released last year. Download the song here.