Jordan Davis sends ‘Buy Dirt’ (with Luke Bryan) to country radio that looks like Nashville
Jordan Davis reminds country fans that a simple life is the best life in his new single, “Buy Dirt,” and he gets help from superstar Luke Bryan to do it.
The successful duo team up for a heartwarming message of wisdom that transcends time and circumstance – and now we know where they came from. Check out its history and an all-natural live performance below.
Co-written by hit maker “Slow Dance In a Parking Lot” with his brother Jacob Davis, Josh Jenkins and Matt Jenkins, “Buy Dirt” is based on a mellow acoustic sound and functions as a reminder of the key to a happy life. . That makes sense now, since Davis says the whole idea came to him during a time of recalibration, as we all reflected on the big picture.
“‘Buy Dirt’ is a song that came to me a few months after the start of the pandemic,” he said in a statement via his record company. “We couldn’t shoot, the music, everything was at a standstill. I came to the realization of ‘Man, all you need is your faith, your family and your friends.’ And the music is awesome and I love it and I’m happy that I can do it, but at the end of the day, these are three things that I always have to keep on top of my list, and “Buy dirt” is my sort of pledge to that.
The track comes from Davis’s recently released EP of the same name, and last month the rising star shared how he invited Bryan to join. Looks like Nashville. “He’s one of the busiest guys and the fact that he’s a part of it speaks for the song,” the Louisiana native said. But not too busy to play with a friend, as Davis and his superstar pal have once again teamed up on TODAY to run it. Offering live on-farm interpretation, they captured the “Buy Dirt” vibe perfectly.
Meanwhile, Jordan Davis has more in store for “Buy Dirt” – like front page shows in 17 cities as part of his Buy Dirt tour. The race will kick off on September 9 in Minneapolis with Seaforth and Mackenzie Porter, and before that, he will be crisscrossing the country for fair and festival dates.