10. Danielle Bradbery
A 16-year-old Danielle Bradbery was introduced to the country music world when she became the winner of season 4 of “The Voice” in 2013. Danielle became the third consecutive winner for Team Blake. With two new coaches in season 4, the Texas native was able to turn three chairs—Adam Levine, Usher and Blake—with her version of Taylor Swift’s “Mean.” Danielle ended up picking Blake Shelton as her mentor. That decision worked, because it got her the win. She released her self-titled debut album shortly after her win. But after a lackluster debut, Danielle, now 21, took her time to regroup and write her sophomore album, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, which she released in Dec. 2017.