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Jordan Davis Shares New Song “No Time Soon” Ahead of Album

Jordan Davis shares new song “No Time Soon,” out now, January 20th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

Jordan Davis just earned his fifth number one single at country radio. Today, the singer-songwriter is sharing another taste of his forthcoming album Bluebird Days, out February 17th. The new single, “No Time Soon” is the perfect song to add to the singer’s already impressive catalog of hits.

The new song is all about finding that intimate connection with someone you love. It is romantic, sensual, and super fun to listen to. Davis has a way of weaving together words and phrases that make you excited for what’s to come. “No Time Soon” is the perfect personification of that.

“‘Cause you and me and a night like this is too long overdue // Tonight I’m like a freight train, I’m rolling home to you // My heart’s like a matchbook and your kiss in a fuse // The world’s gonna have to kick that door in if it wants in this room // So lay down I’m ‘bout to love and I ain’t stopping no time soon”

Fans can anticipate that Bluebird Days will be a conglomerate of all of Davis’ experiences in his life. According to the singer, “Bluebird Days” is a culmination of the past, present, and future…”  Check back here for more updates on the album and the new songs that come before it!

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“No Time Soon” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jordan Davis Secures 5th Number One Single with “What My World Spins Around”

 Jordan Davis earns his fifth number-one song at country radio this week with his single, “What My World Spins Around.” Learn all the details here.

In our humble opinion, Jordan Davis’ talent is still extremely underrated. While the singer-songwriter has been garnering more and more fans over the last few years, his career has been a continuous trajectory, rather than an explosion to superstardom. We believe that the Country Swag 2018 Artist to Watch is going to make it to superstar status. This week, Davis secured his fifth number-one single at country radio with his anthemic song, “What My World Spins Around,” following the recent success of “Buy Dirt.”

Davis’ single is a combination of a love song and nostalgia. Throughout the verses, the singer shares all the things he loves about his life and his world. In the chorus, we learn that the love of his life is truly everything to him. Davis does all of that while making the song catchy too! The song won over fans and radio almost instantly with this killer tune.

“The way that it feels when you lean in and kiss me // The way that you dance when you get kinda tipsy // I’m wrapped ’round your finger like this ring I’m wearing // That look in your eyes, girl, when you catch me staring and // I don’t even know what it is but now that I found it // I can’t imagine me living without this // Back forty view on our piece of ground // Watching you watch the sun going down // That’s what my world spins around”

Congrats to Jordan Davis and his team on his fifth number one at country radio!

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Jordan Davis’ song, “What My World Spins Around” is the number one song at country radio.

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“What My World Spins Around” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jordan Davis Drops New Anthem “What My World Spins Around”

Jordan Davis drops new summer anthem, “What My World Spins Around,” out now, May 27th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new song below.

Jordan Davis has a knack for delivering the right song at the right time. His newest release,“What My World Spins Around” is another example of that. Although he teased the song back in March, the tune is primed to be a summer anthem.

Davis’ new single is a combination of a love song and nostalgia. Throughout the verses, the singer shares all the things he loves about his life and his world. In the chorus, we learn that the love of his life is truly everything to him. Davis does all of that while making the song catchy too!

“Girl that don’t even come close // To the way that it feels when you lean in and kiss me // The way that you dance when you get kinda tipsy // I’m wrapped around your finger like this ring I’m wearing // That look in your eye girl, when you catch me staring”

We predict that “What My World Spins Around” is going to be a summer anthem. Davis is definitely on an upswing in his exciting career!

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Jordan Davis’ new song “What My World Spins Around” is out now.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Jordan Davis releases.

To keep up with Jordan Davis, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“What My World Spins Around” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jordan Davis & Luke Bryan’s Song “Buy Dirt” Goes Number One

Jordan Davis’ song with Luke Bryan, “Buy Dirt” goes number one on the country charts. Learn more below about the feat.

As soon as Jordan Davis released “Buy Dirt,” featuring Luke Bryan, it was clear that the song was special. From the moment it was released, “Buy Dirt” has won the hearts of fans everywhere. The song is a true backdrop to all of our lives. It was just a matter of time before Davis and Bryan’s song went number one!

“Buy Dirt” marks Davis’ fourth number one single of his career, while Bryan now has 28 number one songs to his name. Although unexpected, the collaboration is one of our current favorites. “Buy Dirt” is a country song that is going to elevate Davis’ career.

“Buy dirt // Find the one you can’t live without // Get a ring, let your knee hit the ground // Do what you love but call it work // And throw a little money in the plate at church // Send your prayers up and your roots down deep // Add a few limbs to your family tree // And watch their pencil marks // And the grass in the yard all grow up”

We look forward to seeing how the song continues to do on the country charts, as well as, with fans across the globe. Congrats to Jordan Davis and Luke Bryan’s team on an incredible number one song!

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“Buy Dirt” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Seaforth Collaborates with Jordan Davis on New Song “Good Beer”

Seaforth teams up with Jordan Davis on new song, “Good Beer,” available now, January 7th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the new track and learn more here.

Kicking off the new year with a bang, Australian-country duo, Seaforth collaborated with fellow country star, Jordan Davis on a brand new track. The tour-mates first teased the song “Good Beer” during their opening set on Davis’ headlining tour through the final shows of 2021. Now, “Good Beer” is officially available everywhere.

Seaforth and Jordan Davis’ “Good Beer” is a certified anthem! A perfect pop-country smash, “Good Beer” will catch everyone’s attention after just one listen. Back in December, we caught the collaboration live at their New York City show. As the duo introduced the brand new song, fans hung on to every word and were dancing and singing along by the time the second chorus rolled around, showing an instant positive reaction to the track.

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Seaforth and Jordan Davis’ new song, “Good Beer,” is out now

“And a good beer is a cold one // If you got green, better roll one // And the right drive is a slow one down a backroad // Baby, I know that the whole town’s for the home team // Better hoedown in them old jeans // And I’m damn sure that the day’s done // With a good beer // And a good beer is a cold one

We look forward to more new music by Seaforth coming in 2022. This collaboration is only just the start of something great for the duo!

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news and announcements about future Seaforth and Jordan Davis releases.

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“Good Beer” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Jordan Davis Releases Brand New EP, ‘Buy Dirt’ – Full Review

Jordan Davis returns with his latest release, a brand new EP titled, Buy Dirt. Available now, May 21st, on all streaming platforms, check out our full review of the project below.

Almost a year ago to the day, Jordan Davis released his six-track, self-titled EP which contained the fun “Cool Anymore” featuring Julia Michaels, “Detours”, and the current chart-climbing hit “Almost Maybes.” His new project, Buy Dirt is a pandemic-inspired compilation of songs in which Davis got the chance to rediscover his love for songwriting. He admits in his EP announcement video that upon arriving in Nashville, he lost sight of the type of music he wanted to write.

“I’ve always loved artists who take risks. I’m in a different spot in my life than I was when I released Home State. We all are!” he acknowledged in a recent press release. “2020 was a tough time for everyone. I was able to use that time to re-center some things in my world, and I didn’t want those lessons to go to waste. I wanted to create something special. The best way to do that was to write honestly, and we did a lot of that on this record.”

The record starts off with a short cover of John Prine’s “Spanish Pipedream (Blow Up Your TV),” which is not only a nice tribute to the legendary singer-songwriter who passed away last April, it complements the theme of this EP and the world the past fourteen months. It describes the benefit of disconnecting and going off the map for a little while. It allows one to live carefree in the moment and take in all of life’s little pleasures. Davis slowed down the track immensely to emphasize the current meaning of the song.

The title track is the centerpiece of the project and features country superstar Luke Bryan. The song’s narrator is sitting on a back porch with his grandfather, listening to the old man dispense pearls of wisdom between sips of hot coffee. Over a light, string melody, Davis and Bryan summarize the man’s advice in one quote: “you can’t buy happiness, but you can buy dirt.” Life moves fast and you have to appreciate and take advantage of your short time here on Earth. Finding the person of your dreams, doing something you love for a living, practicing your faith, and raising a family are the keys to happiness. Davis talked about working with the singer who he grew up listening to on the radio:

“We sat around the fire after a golf tournament one day, smoking cigars and talking about everything but music,” he recalled. “That conversation always stuck with me. Luke isn’t just a great entertainer; he’s a great Dad, a great husband, and a great friend, too. That’s what ‘Buy Dirt’ embodies. When I wrote ‘Buy Dirt,’ I knew he could relate to the song’s message.”

“Need To Not” and “Lose You” were both previously released. The former is similar to Dan + Shay’s number-one hit “How Not To,” as they both express the singer’s struggle with letting his former lover go. He knows he should just go home and watch TV, but driving past her block tests his temptation and brings back old, unwelcomed feelings. The latter sprinkles small amounts of steel-guitar over a pop production. The man in the song sees a couple at a restaurant that seems to have had better days. This makes him fear that maybe someday he and his partner will slowly grow apart as well. He confesses he is in this relationship for the long haul and even the thought of losing her is too difficult to process.

“I Still Smoked” tells the story of young love. The singer reminisces on the time when he and his now-wife met. He remembers all the details of that night from the weather, the drink in her cup, and the artist playing on the radio. People doubted their relationship, including her mom, but that only made their love stronger.

“We were runway flames in a backseat fire // Growing up fast on Renegade tires // Didn’t worry about tomorrow and sure didn’t worry about us // Every time I kiss you it feels the same //  I still remember us that way // Don’t it feel just like yesterday you drove that old jeep and I still smoked?”

“Drink Had Me,” is the most upbeat tune on the project, as Davis uses clever word-play to describe how a night out with his buddies ended up. His plans of staying home got interrupted by several messages from his friends and they finally got him to agree to have one drink, but we all know how that story goes. Instead of having the drink, the drink had him calling his ex and spending the night at her place, leading to problematic and undefined feelings. With a catalog containing plenty of slow and mid-tempo songs, this fun track will serve nicely during his live sets.

“The drink had me want one more // Won’t be forgetting what we broke up for // and doing the make-up, wake-up thing // I just went in there to have one drink but the drink had me”

Throughout the record, Davis shows that he has a lot to be grateful for. By combining elements of country, pop, rock, and R&B, yet preserving the southern storytelling and timeless melodies that make country music so profound, Davis creates a sound unique to himself. He has matured so much during his young career and it is shining through his music.

Buy Dirt Track Listing:

  1. Blow Up Your TV (Written by John Prine and Jeffrey Bradford Kent)
  2. Buy Dirt (feat. Luke Bryan) (Written by Jordan Davis, Jacob Davis, Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins)
  3. Need To Not (Written by Jordan Davis, Jacob Davis, Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins)
  4. Drink Had Me (Written by Jordan Davis, Ashley Gorley, Emily Weisband, Paul DiGiovanni)
  5. Lose You (Written by Jordan Davis, Paul DiGiovanni, Josh Kerr, Josh Dorr)
  6. Almost Maybes (Written by Jordan Davis, Jesse Frasure, Hillary Lindsey)
  7. I Still Smoked (Written by Jordan Davis, Randy Montana, Jonathan Singleton)
  8. Trying (Written by Jordan Davis, Ashley Gorley, Emily Weisband, Paul DiGiovanni)
Jordan Davis' new EP, 'Buy Dirt' is available now, May 21st on all streaming platforms

Jordan Davis’ new EP, ‘Buy Dirt’ is available now, May 21st on all streaming platforms

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Jordan Davis announcements and releases.

To keep up with Jordan Davis, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Buy Dirt is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Hailey Whitters: ‘Living The Dream’ – Deluxe Album Review

Hailey Whitters’ brand new deluxe album LIVING THE DREAM is available now, February 26th, everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the project.

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Hailey Whitters’ ‘Living The Dream – Deluxe Album’ is available everywhere now, February 26th

For almost exactly a year, rising singer-songwriter and former Swag Spotlight artist, Hailey Whitters has been riding the high from the release of her debut full-length record The Dream. Clearly feeling like the album’s journey was not completely finished, the profound songstress is releasing a deluxe version of the project adding five new songs to the record, officially out today!

The record features familiar songs and fan-favorites like “Ten Year Town” and “Janice at the Hotel Bar.” The former is her dynamite former single, a song that paints the picture of what it was like for Whitters as she was trying to figure out if she should continue to try to ‘make it’ in Nashville. Written with the exceptional Brandy Clark, the track is one that will be a staple for Whitters for a long time coming.

The latter is another one of our favorites. Reminiscent of Lori McKenna’s awe-inspiring, “Humble and Kind”, Whitters combined forces with McKenna to express a real-life tale about an encounter with a wise woman named Janice. The song offers advice on how to live a good life, suggesting simple lessons like “get on the pill if you ain’t ready to start a family” and “make good love, good company.”

The songstress continues to remind us to be appreciative of life’s little moments in “The Days,” while expressing her truth in the breathtaking “Loose Strings,” a song about both love and loss. In “Heartland,” Whitters once again sings about life not going the way she thought it would, but alas, she knows she can always fall back on her Midwestern roots. “Heart – land in the middle of nowhere.”

The record also features “Happy People”, a song that Whitters wrote and was recorded by Little Big Town on their album, The Breaker. This new version is a mid-tempo jam that is laced with authenticity, gritty lyrics, and a traditional-country rooted instrumental. It focuses on the simple, yet complex concept of happiness and how to obtain it.

Whitters even collaborates with LBT on a brand new song on the record called “Fillin’ My Cup.” The track is a fun-loving, traditional-country jam, filled with banjos and eloquent harmonies. We’d love to see Little Big Town and Whitters perform this one live!

Like “Fillin’ My Cup,” the other four brand new songs are also collaborations. On “How Far Can I Go,” the songstress fulfills a childhood dream and duets with country superstar, Trisha Yearwood. The duet is truly timeless, and it feels like the two women have been singing together forever. Similarly, “Glad To Be Here,” Whitters’ dueling duet with Brent Cobb is just as enticing. The song is a nostalgic track about appreciating where you are, especially your hometown.

One of our favorite collaborations off the record is “How To Break A Heart.” A song that is truly songwriting and storytelling at its finest. It’s no surprise that Whitters combined her talent with two extraordinary musicians, Lori McKenna and Hillary Lindsey. The song is so beautiful and captivating both lyrically and melodically.

Whitters also collaborates with fellow rising country star, Jordan Davis on “The Ride,” the final song on the record. Although different than the other collaborations, Whitters and Davis prove how talented they both are. Their ability to stay true to their individual sounds, while creating something new and fresh has superstardom written all over it for both of them.

Of course, we would be remiss if we did not mention the closing track off the original version of the album, a song entitled “Livin’ The Dream.” Whitters inspires people to look at every step, every trial, and every hardship as part of ‘The Dream.’ For the songstress, her grind in Nashville, which included waiting on tables and living in a small apartment are all important parts of her journey, her story, and ultimately, her dream.

“Oh the one thing I’ve learned is that the world keeps on spinning / Love is the only thing that makes it go round / I’ve given it all with the time I’ve been given / I’m out here livin’ / Yeah we all just livin’ / the dream”

Whitters is an artist that is done trying to fit whatever mold the industry tries to push female singers into. Her artistry rivals that of any established superstar in country music, but it is her infectious vocals, stellar songwriter, and pure talent and perseverance that is going to take her far. Moreover, the fact that she chose to collaborate with the artists and songwriters that have helped her or inspired her on her journey just shows how proud she is of her craft.

NYCS Picks:

  1. “Ten Year Town”
  2. “The Ride”
  3. “Janice at The Hotel Bar”
  4. “How To Break A Heart”

LIVING THE DREAM Deluxe Tracklist:

  1. Ten Year Town
  2. The Days
  3. Red Wine & Blue
  4. Dream, Girl
  5. Loose Strings
  6. Heartland
  7. Janice at the Hotel Bar
  8. Happy People
  9. The Devil Always Made Me Think Twice
  10. All The Cool Girls
  11. The Faker
  12. Living the Dream
  13. Fillin’ My Cup (feat. Little Big Town)
  14. Glad To Be Here (feat. Brent Cobb)
  15. How To Break A Heart (feat. Lori McKenna & Hillary Lindsey)
  16. How Far Can It Go? (feat. Trisha Yearwood)
  17. The Ride (feat. Jordan Davis)

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Hailey Whitters releases.

To keep up with Hailey Whitters, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Living The Dream is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Hailey Whitters Announces ‘Living The Dream’, Releases Jordan Davis Collab

Hailey Whitters’ new song “Ride” is available now, January 15th on all streaming platforms. Featuring Jordan Davis, the track is the second of five new songs off her forthcoming deluxe version to her critically acclaimed album The Dream, re-titled Living The Dream. The song follows the first single to be released from the project, a collaboration with Little Big Town called “Fillin’ My Cup”.

“The Ride” is a reflective, driving down a backroad type of song. Sonically, it’s reminiscent of Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic” – there’s something about it that sounds like a fresh start; a new beginning. The lyrics match this vibe, written by Hillary Lindsey, Ben West, and Whitters is a song all about how everything leads to where you are now.

“But it’s the stars that make the night / It’s the low that makes you high / It’s the song that makes you cry / It’s the road that makes the ride”.

Life is pretty uncertain right now, and Whitters’ contemplative outlook on it is the perfect soundtrack for this time. Jordan Davis joins in on the second verse, echoing Whitters’ sentiments.

“Might be hard to see it through the tears / But you still got a lot of good in your good years”

The two of them together sound like they are pushing the listener and themselves to ride out the hardships like we’re all diamonds in the rough waiting to shine. It’s a timely, universal message.

Hailey Whitters: 'Living The Dream' due out February 26th

Hailey Whitters: ‘Living The Dream’ due out February 26th

“Jordan Davis took me out on his very first headlining tour when I was only an independent artist. I thought that was a bold statement for him to make, and I am very appreciative of him taking a chance on me,” explains Whitters in a press release. “He’s one of the key reasons I’ve been able to say I’m ‘living the dream,’ so when thinking about who to collaborate with on this project he was a no-brainer. I just love his voice and everything he’s bringing to the Country format.

Living The Dream, out February 26th, features five new tracks, with collabs from Trisha Yearwood to Lori McKenna and Hillary Lindsey. “I wanted to show fans full circle what ‘living the dream’ looks like for me,” she says. I felt it was important to show what can happen when you don’t give up on yourself.”

When Hailey Whitters, a 2021 NYCountry Swag Artist to Watch, released her life-changing single “Ten Year Town” about the journey and hardships of making it in Nashville, she pondered hopefully in the last line, “this next song could turn it all around”. It did turn all around for Hailey, and she is proof that paying dues and creating music that lifts people up changes everything.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Hailey Whitters releases.

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“The Ride” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Jordan Davis Releases Arguably His Best Song Yet: “Detours”

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Today is a great day for new music in the country world. Rising artist and one of our 2018 Artists to Watch, Jordan Davis just released another new song entitled “Detours,” a follow-up, “Trouble Town” and “Cool Anymore.”

The new track may be one of Davis’ most personal to date. Co-written by the singer with his brother Jacob Davis and Dave Turnbull, Davis takes fans through the ups and downs in his life’s journey. The first verse depicts his experience as a little bit of a rebel. He sings “I was a renegade ragtop, revvin’ up an engine,” adding later a vulnerable time in his life, “Parents got divorced, kinda dog that would bite ya / And I’d love ‘e and I’d leave ‘em it was what it was.”

Unexpectedly, Davis switches gears in the second verse, sharing with fans that meeting his wife was the turnaround point in his life. The song made a sweet turn into a long song for his life partner, sharing how they met, as long as, all the reasons that she makes him a better person.

“Sittin’ with a group of friends and sippin’ on a glass of red / And I don’t remember what I said but she wrote her number down / All I ever wanted but never knew I needed / She’s the dotted lines and every sign that led me straight to Jesus / Was a voice that made me hit the brakes, slow it down, have some faith”

Arguably this is one of the best Davis songs to date. He lays his heart on the line for fans to bear witness to, while remaining sonically pleasing. We hope to hear more tunes like this from Davis, as we anticipate his sophomore record.

To keep up with Davis, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

“Detours” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Jordan Davis Releases Amazon Original Cover “Heads Carolina, Tails California”

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One of our 2018 Artists to Watch, Jordan Davis continues to show fans exactly who he is through his artistry. Most recently, the singer-songwriter released “Trouble Town” and “Cool Anymore” and even surprised fans, with an upcoming headlining tour. On Friday, Davis added to his resume, releasing an Amazon Music original cover of the classic tune “Heads Carolina, Tails California,” by Jo Dee Messina.

The rising artist adds some modern-day flair to the classic country tune, while still keeping the integrity of the original. Davis’ cover easily fits in with the vibe of his debut record Home State, as well as, his newer songs. The singer showcases his distinct sound and vocals in all his music, which will continue to separate him from the pack in the best possible way.

“Baby what do you say we just get lost / Leave this one horse town like two rebels without a cause / I’ve got people in Boston, ain’t your daddy still in Des Moines / We can pack tomorrow, tonight let’s flip a coin”

On release day, Davis took to his social media to give fans an inside look into his inspiration for recording the song. “I’ve loved ‘Heads Carolina, Tails California’ since I was a kid,” he explains. “I wanted to throw a different spin on the song [because] there are so many interpretations when you have lyrics and music this strong. It was fun to take it on with @amazonmusic.”

It will be interesting to see if the cover song makes it into Davis’ set-list, as he is currently gearing up for his ‘Trouble Town Tour’ with talented songstress’ Hailey Whitters and Kassi Ashton. New Yorkers can find tickets for the March 19th show at Webster Hall in New York City here.

To keep up with Jordan Davis follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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