Jordan Davis' latest hit, "Take It From Me," is even more cause for celebration because he wrote it with his brother and fellow artist, Jacob Davis. Jordan tells us that getting to collaborate with his sibling has been a longtime goal, and together they might get to cross an item off their collective bucket list. ["It's great for us because I think we both know our strengths. I know what he's really good at and I think he knows what I'm stronger at when it comes to writing. I mean, there's nobody that knows me better as an artist, as a writer than Jacob, so it helps a ton, and it was a goal of ours to have a song out, have a single together, and hopefully have it top the charts, and it's a legitimate possibility now, and it's been a really, really fun ride to watch this song kind of climb."] SOUNDCUE (:30 OC: . . . kind of climb.)

"Take It From Me" is the second single from Jordan's debut album, Home State, which has already produced a Number One hit with "Singles You Up."

Jordan continues on the Make It Sweet tour with Old Dominion this week playing shows in Athens, GA; Asheville, NC; and N. Charleston, SC.

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