Danielle Bradbery, winner of 'The Voice' Season 4, has been treating fans with covers of some of their favorite songs in a series of videos titled #DBRequestLine. In her latest cover, Bradbery showcases her powerful voice with her interpretation of Adele's 'Set Fire to the Rain.'

Stepping toe to toe with Adele's vocals is no easy task, but the 18-year-old singer pays tribute to the 2011 hit by keeping the same powerful, scorned emotional tone as heard in the original. The instrumentals are kept to a minimum, while Bradbery's talented voice takes center stage in the video.

'Set Fire to the Rain' was one of Adele's most critically acclaimed hits off her '21' album where it reached No. 1 on four Billboard charts: The Hot 100, Top 40, Adult Top 40 and Adult Contemporary.

Other songs Bradbery has covered for fans include Christina Perri's 'Human' and Rihanna's 'Stay.'

Check out Bradbery's rendition of Adele's ballad by clicking on the video above.