Emerging hit maker Jordan Davis has scored the second chart topping hit of his career with the propulsive romance of his current single, “Take It From Me,” rising to No.1 spot on the Mediabase Country Airplay radio chart this week.
Part of his debut album Home State, the sensual uptempo anthem features a blood-pumping beat and Davis’ smoldering vocal presence – plus a steamy lyric all about devoted desire. The track was co-written by Davis with his brother Jacob and Jason Gantt, a unique accomplishment the artist says feels like a bucket-list moment.
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We started writing our 1st song together in 2008 in our house in Baton Rouge while we we’re at LSU, but never finished it…Fast forward to 2019 today we woke up with the #1 song, love ya @jacobdavismusic…I have way too many people to thank but I’m gonna start with Team MCA , Zach, Callie, the fans that have been behind this song from day one…And a huge thank you to country radio for the support…Me and Jacob had a dream of having a #1 song together when we moved to Nashville…and that happened today! We both can’t thank y’all enough for y’alls support on this tune….From Me, Jacob, and Jason…THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU 🙏 #takeitfromme
“Jacob and I had a dream of having a No.1 song together when we moved to Nashville and we both cannot thank everyone enough for their support of this tune,” he explains. “From country radio to the fans, thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Already named Billboard’s Top New Country Artist of 2018 and Mediabase/Country Aircheck’s Most Heard New Artist of 2018, Davis is nominated for New Male Artist of the Year at the upcoming ACM Awards – which are set to air live from Las Vegas April 7 on CBS – as well as Best New Country Artist at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 14.