Jordan Davis is closing in on the Top 20 with “Take It From Me,” which he co-wrote with his brother Jacob Davis and songwriter Jason Gantt, and he says the lyrics of the song represent him very well.
“I think that ‘Take It From Me’ is a little more me lyrically as far as like the delivery of it,” says the Louisiana native. “I think you can kind of see a few more of my influences on some of those lyrics.”
“Take It From Me” is the follow-up to his recent No. 1 smash, “Singles You Up,” which has been certified platinum for more than 1 million copies sold.
Jordan will hit the road early next year on Old Dominion’s Make It Sweet Tour 2019, which kicks off January 18th in Chicago. In the meantime, you can catch him with Kip Moore on his After the Sunburn Tour. Their next stop is Thursday (October 25th) in Denver, Colorado at The Fillmore Auditorium.
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“‘Take It From Me’ and ‘Singles You Up’ were, I feel like neck-and-neck, for the first single. I feel like if we would’ve gone the other way, ‘Singles You Up’ would’ve been right behind it. I think that ‘Take It From me’ is a little more me lyrically as far as like the delivery of it. I think you can kind of see a few more of my influences on some of those lyrics. When you have something like that, even as a songwriter and for us that write songs a lot, you still don’t get a ton of those that you just can’t stop listening to. If we fall in love with something that quick, I think we think that our fans would gravitate towards it too.”