Jordan Davis is a contemporary country singer who proudly follows in the footsteps of Sam Hunt, dressing his solid country foundation with a blend of pop, modern R&B, and hip-hop. This fusion can be heard on "Singles You Up," the bright and soulful debut single that arrived in the spring of 2017. "Singles You Up" appeared after Davis spent several years working as a professional songwriter in Nashville. He moved there from his native Shreveport, Louisiana, where he was born in 1989. Music ran in the family's blood: His father played '70s singer/songwriter fare around the house; Jordan's uncle, Stan Paul Davis, was a professional songwriter who composed two hits for Tracy Lawrence (1992's "Today's Lonely Fool" and 1997's number two hit "Better Man, Better Off"), and his older brother Jacob also pursued a career as a singer.
Initially, Jordan didn't plan to pursue music. He graduated from LSU Baton Rouge with a degree in resource conservation, but once he received encouragement from his brother to head to Nashville, he decided to pack up and move to the Music City in 2012. In 2015 he landed a publishing deal with ole Rights Management, and in February 2016 he signed with UMG Nashville. During that year he began collaborating with Paul DiGiovanni -- a guitarist who worked with Dan + Shay and Hunter Hayes -- and started work on his first album. Following the success of "Singles You Up," which peaked at number five on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, Davis began issuing a stream of singles in advance of his first album. Home State, his full-length debut, arrived in March 2018. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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