Davis Mallory is a Nashville based recording artist & DJ, SESAC songwriter, Armada vocalist, Delecta Records Spotlight Artist represented by AMAX Talent, and former cast on MTV’s The Real World: Denver. Davis Mallory’s debut EP LOUD is available on Spotify, Apple and Amazon!
Born and raised in Marietta, GA, Davis grew up in a musical family singing in his church choir. His uncle John Mallory is a songwriter who has written songs recorded by Amy Grant, Sixpence None the Richer and Wynona Judd. His uncle Chaz Corzine is an artist manager who managed many artists including Amy Grant, Joy Williams of The Civil Wars and currently manages Christian recording artist Michael W. Smith. It was obvious Davis would pursue a career in music, yet the result is a storied and eclectic career.
Throughout high school Davis sang in an a cappella group which spawned Dove-award winning artist Kristian Stanfill, singer-songwriter Sean McConnell (signed to Rounder Records), and Ryan Horne (whose music is featured on ABC’s Nashville & Sons of Anarchy). After graduating college pre-medicine from Stetson University, Davis auditioned and was casted on MTV’s The Real World: Denver. He later starred on the subsequent MTV Challenges: The Inferno 3, The Duel 2 and Rivals. This lead Davis into a role as the music correspondent for MTV’s NewNowNext.com where he interviewed artists, created playlists & reviewed live shows. Davis took a turn into the business side of the music industry by working as the A&R & Marketing coordinator for Universal Music Group’s Astralwerks Records. Davis attended Dubspot School of Electronic Music studying DJing & audio production, and began DJing throughout New York – his debut was at the legendary nightclub Pacha. Already having an intriguing story to tell, Davis gave a TED Talk on his path out of Reality TV and into the music industry.
Davis’ released his full debut EP LOUD on July 7, 2017 paired with 3 versions of the title track “Loud”: Landis – Loud (feat Davis Mallory), Loud (BPT Remix) and the original “Loud” produced by Ricca Vita & J. Hanna paired with a music video by director Derrick Lipschitz. The Loud EP also includes “Ocean Blue” co-written with Lockwood Barr & produced by Brazilian duo Paulo Ventura & RDR; “Be Without You” featuring co-writer Bridget Caldwell, produced by Sean Myers (who has worked with NERVO & Cheat Codes), “Not That Far Away” produced by Jon Santana, “Help!” produced by Turkish KKM Kaan, “Because of Love” produced by French duo Vorden, the new version of “Anyone Would Know” produced by John Dahlback & an acoustic version of “Distance” co-written with Bay Brooks from TV show The Voice