Jordan Davis celebrates two No 1 hits

“Buy Dirt” & “Slow Dance in a Parking Lot” earn new achievements

Multi-Platinum MCA Nashville hitmaker Jordan Davis gathered with industry, family, and friends to celebrate two No. 1 hits, “Buy Dirt” and “Slow Dance In A Parking Lot,” Monday (Oct 3rd) at Tailgate Brewery in Nashville.

Along with Luke Bryan and his fellow co-writers – his brother Jacob Davis, and brothers Matt and Josh Jenkins – Davis was honored with a plaque for the 2x Platinum multi-week No. 1 “Buy Dirt.” Standing as one of the most-streamed country songs of 2021 and 2022, “Buy Dirt” has garnered 680 million streams to date, was recently named the NSAI Song of the Year, and is currently nominated for both Single of the Year and Song of the Year at the upcoming 56th Annual CMA Awards.

Davis was also honored for “Slow Dance In A Parking Lot” along with Lonnie Fowler, who co-wrote the song inspired by Fowler’s first date with his wife. The track marked Davis’ third consecutive chart-topping hit from his debut album, Home State.

Davis recently celebrated back-to-back sold out nights headlining Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. His current single “What My World Spins Around” is climbing the country radio charts, tallying more than 96 million streams with high-profile performances on NBC’s Today and ACM Honors. Stacking more than 3.7 billion career streams to date, Davis recently released the latest preview of new music from his forthcoming album with the track “Midnight Crisis” featuring Danielle Bradberry. Produced by Paul DiGiovanni and penned by Davis, DiGiovanni and Derrick Southerland, “Midnight Crisis” follows Davis’ fan-favorite song “Next Thing You Know.” Davis is on the road now with Luke Combs for his Middle of Somewhere Tour and will join Thomas Rhett early next year for the international leg of his Bring the Bar To You Tour.

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