After slowly releasing tracks since her lead single “Sway” hit airwaves in August, Danielle Bradbery perhaps saved the biggest message for last with her final pre-release off her highly-anticipated sophomore BMLG Records album, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, before the full project comes out December 1st. The self-empowerment reinforced in “Worth It” reflects a sentiment Danielle has long felt and searched for to describe her journey to self-discovery.
“‘Worth It’ is one of my favorite tracks on I Don’t Believe We’ve Met,” said Bradbery. “It represents everything I’m trying to say with this album. I am here, this is the real me, and I’m worth speaking up. Whether it’s in my personal life, or this time around getting a say in the creative process– this song definitely represents a transformative time of life for me. It’s the perfect song to leave fans with before the whole album comes out!”
Written by Bradbery along with Molly Reed and GRAMMY-nominated and SESAC Award-winning writer Jeff Pardo, the ballad is a confidence-boosting anthem written about the realization of self-worth, opening with lyrics such as:
Don’t tell me I’m too hard to please
That you’re worn down from fighting for me
A real man knows what he’s signing up for
And if you don’t, then I’ll show myself the door
I’m worth it
As the title suggests, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met is a reintroduction of Bradbery after taking four years to begin the songwriting journey and hone her sound, co-writing seven out of 10 songs on the album.
Fans will receive “Worth It” along with lead single “Sway,” “Human Diary,” “Hello Summer” and “Potential” instantly when they pre-order I Don’t Believe We’ve Met HERE.
Learn more about Danielle at DanielleBradbery.com