The Voice winner Sundance Head is hoping to produce a song with the rest of his season's top 12.
Head, who was crowned the winner of The Voice season 11 last Tuesday, is ready to get going with his career. The country soul singer spoke with Bustle recently and revealed that he hopes to begin planning out his album after the holiday season.
"I'm going to meet with the record label, I suppose sometime after Christmas," he said. "My plan, even though my plans hardly ever work out, is to go camping on this trip and pen songs that I really want to write."
While Head will likely be paying tribute to the country music he gained so many fans through performing, he is willing to experiment with other dramas too.
"That can change though. It depends on what's happening in my heart at any given time," he said, noting one big moment in season 11: "I had the opportunity to sing 'No One' by Alicia Keys and do some R&B runs vocally."
One thing he hopes to do is get the rest of his season 11 Top 12 in the studio to record a song, including Billy Gilman, Wé McDonald and Josh Gallagher.
"I think it would be really neat if we could all collaborate on a song for my record," he said. "I think that would be really special for everybody. I really think that all of the top 12 just deserve a shot at some kind of notoriety. We've all worked really hard so I think that would something really special."
Head also has big plans to possibly tour, despite not having any new music out outside of his winner single, "Darlin' Don't Go".
"I would love to go on tour. I want to get my music out to as many people as I can," he admitted.