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The Lori P. Davis Ain’t Bothering With The “Bad Boys” Anymore

The Lori P. Davis Project has arrived and is ready to shake up the country-pop scene. With years of experience as a master of ceremonies in the party and events scene, Lori Davis has taken her talent and knowledge to the music world, creating expressive and relatable songs that are incredibly versatile and perfect for any occasion. At heart, Lori Davis makes free music; it's fun, relatable and easy to listen to, with the added benefit of making you want to bust out for an impromptu karaoke session.

Inspired by a diverse range of artists, including Pat Benatar, Alanis Morissette, Sheryl Crow, Miley Cyrus, and Olivia Rodrigo, Davis’s music centres around the heartbreak of everyday life and the cathartic release that comes from singing your woes into a hairbrush microphone. Her powerful voice and impactful yet relatable lyrics make her music perfect for road trips, girls’ nights, or solo shower-singing sessions.

The Lori P. Davis Project's first single, "Bad Boy," follows her creative ethos. A powerhouse of a song that features a rowdy guitar lick and soaring organs on the instrumentals, lyrics like “The love I needed but never felt” and “I know you’ll be someday forever mine” are delivered with an energy that makes them feel like you want to sing them out. Co-written by Davis and her peers John Stafford and Phylis, “Bad Boy” is a must-listen for any country pop fans and will probably have you singing at the top of your lungs after you listen.

With a liberating feel and penchant for making you want to karaoke, The Lori P. Davis Project should be on the radar of any country pop enthusiast. Whenever you’re ready, tap in and stream “Bad Boy,” available now on all major streaming platforms.

Welcome to BuzzMusic, Lori! We loved “Bad Boy.” It is a song you can’t help but start singing along to! We have to ask, you mentioned you co-wrote it with some of your peers, but where did the inspiration come from? How did you three come up with the idea for the song?

We worked as a team. Phyllis and I created the story. I wrote about my breakups, hurt, and anger, and Phyllis broke it into song form. John Stafford, my ex-boyfriend (haha), then took it and brought it to life musically with my help. Then I took it to a studio and had it mixed. No backup singers, just straight-out lead vocals in both parts.

You mentioned that you transitioned from the party events scene to doing music. Was it an easy transition, and did your previous experience gives you another perspective on your music?

My previous experience as a DJ working in the club's scenes in Akron gave me 50 percent of what I write. The other 50 percent comes from the heart. My transition has not been fully executed, and I am doing both right now, working as a DJ and making music and making music videos. Busy busy.

How would you describe your sound to any new listeners?

I can describe my sound to my listeners as a country/pop song that is upbeat, to the point, and sassy!

Do you have a favourite musical memory you’d like to share?

My favourite musical memory is writing a song and bringing it to life with my team in hopes that people will feel and help them overcome any breakup situation. And when I wrap a great song in a studio, that’s a huge rush feeling.

Can we expect to hear more new music soon?

Soon to be released this summer is a music video for another duet similar to "Bad Boy." It’s called "Hell 2 Pay," and it’s already on YouTube (song only). One is a pop version, and the other is a country version. I have a few more, and once I get my team together, I will start producing a lot more. I have a “black notebook” full of interesting songs and must finish my project. Not to mention that these songs can be picked up by established artists. I am a songwriter and would love to hear others sing my songs!




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