On the heels of booking his first major tour spot, Jordan Davis is sharing a fun new song called "Take It From Me" with fans. Davis is currently on Kip Moore's Plead the Fifth Tour with Drake White.

“Take It From Me” is now available on all digital platforms. Davis co-wrote the upbeat and infectious song, which was produced by Boys Like Girls guitarist Paul DiGiovanni. On the anthemic track, the newcomer sings of convincing his girl to skip the party and instead spend some one-on-one time together.

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"I think me and you should do our own thing, our own way at my place / Take it from me if you want a t-shirt to sleep in / It's my favorite but you can keep it / Looks good baby you should leave it hangin' off your shoulder," he croons alongside a catchy beat.

Davis' current single at radio is another song he penned called "Singles You Up." He co-wrote the song with Steven Dale Jones and Justin Ebach. The writing session was shortly after Ebach had gotten engaged, and the happy news inspired the song's creation.

“‘Singles You Up’ is a song title that came from congratulating my co-writer on his recent engagement," Davis previously explained. "We started reminiscing about old memories in college bars when we would see certain girls in not so great relationships and think we could be better boyfriends for them if we ever got the chance. We joked he was smart not to ‘single her up’ and thought it was a creative phrase. The rest of the song flowed from there.”

Country fans can catch Davis currently on the road with Moore and White performing both "Singles You Up" and "Take It From Me."

“I’ve been a fan of Kip and Drake for some time so getting to share the stage with them is an honor and opportunity I couldn’t be more excited about,” Davis says. “This tour means a lot to me especially since it’s the first time I’ve been able to play shows with music out that fans can listen to.”