If the pure sight of Danielle Bradbery's Worth It" video, doesn’t stir your heart, the words she speaks before she begins to sing will.

"There are some songs we write because you want others to hear them. And then there are some you write because you need to hear them," Bradbery says.

The Season 4 The Voice winner's "Worth It" is empowering anthem for all generations to learn from. The video doesn't tell a story, instead resting on the budding star's powerful vocals and an important location. Bradbery's "Worth It" video was shot at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.

"This song was one of my favorite tracks on the album from the start, but it’s really taken on a life of its own since we released it," she says in a press release. "It’s been so great to hear my fans’ stories about how they identify with the message and I’m so proud of this visual element we created to continue telling the story."

The song and video become another beautiful piece in Bradbery's musical journey, which looks to continue as more and more fans discover her new album, I Don’t Believe We Met. "Music is about connection and it’s been so beautiful connecting with my fans through this song," she says in the video. "Hearing how they have used this message to give them the strength to overcome challenges and insecurities is just amazing."

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