Georgia Bray, aged 23, who writes in both pop and jazz styles, made her first television appearance in 2019 when she became a quarter-finalist on The Voice UK two years ago on Team Olly Murs.
She has also appeared on another reality television show in a talent competition where she was a judge.
Her debut single, Hotel Room, will be released on February 26.
Georgia describes her single as containing "colourful, melodic vocals creating a euphonic sound, infused with Neo-Soul and jazz influences".
She said: "It tells the story of telling the story of lovers on their first night together and was recorded at Coalmine Studios in Staffordshire and produced by Scott Ralph.
"The message is about the lovers feeling a magnetic attraction, instantly connecting and with a burning desire for more.”
Georgia, who comes from a musical family and has been singing since she was ten-years-old, and said that she had grown up listening to Nina Simone, Melody Gardot and Ella Fitzgerald.
She has played at venues across the UK including upstairs in the iconic jazz venue of Ronnie Scott’s in London.
Georgia said: "I am really excited as this is my fist ever single and after leaving The Voice I wanted to become an artist and find my identity.
"I think this is a perfect track to uplife people during lockdown and to inspire others to follow their passion.
"Singers and musicians are on pause at the moment and the only way to share our music is online.
"The single will be available on the music platforms and I will be releasing a music video for the single on March 6 and an EP in the early summer this year."