Cassadee Pope is the newly crowned winner of 'The Voice,' and while the shock still hasn't worn off, the singer is already talking about the direction of her forthcoming album.

Following the finale show on Tuesday (Dec. 18), the 22-year-old opened up about her sound. "I've always been writing, so I have a lot of material ready to go," she told USA Today. "It's going to be very uplifting, pop rock, maybe just a little hint of country in there. It's going to be everything you've seen on the show, that '90s, early 2000s feel, with a modern twist to it."

We know at least one person who will be buying her album -- 'Voice' coach Blake Shelton, who has promised to perform on the release. "She's a great singer, she's a beautiful girl and she's a good person," he gushed. "You know, there's a lot of those out there in this world that are trying to make it, but Cassadee Pope has this little extra magic that God sprinkled on her that makes us all want to be around her and meet her and see her and talk to her."

He added, "If you're a guy, you have a crush on her. If you're a girl, you want to be her best friend. She's just a very special human being and she deserves this win."

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