On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Lori P Davis Project uses her experience as a master of ceremonies to create music. “Bad Boy Music” is The Lori P Davis Project’s first single.
Lori P Davis Project
Lori P Davis Project has been at the center of Akron’s party and event scene for years. Now, she uses what she’s learned as a master of ceremonies to make country-pop songs that are fun to sing along to, perfect for road trips, girls’ nights, and shower singing.
Davis writes lyrics and lends her powerful voice to heartbroken girls singing their woes into hairbrush microphones in the bathroom mirror, influenced by acts like Pat Benetar, Alanis Morissette, Sheryl Crow, Miley Cyrus, and Olivia Rodrigo. Davis continues to release breakup anthems that are ready to amplify and alleviate any angst with the release of two rocking singles this year.
Bad Boy Music
“Bad Boy Music ,” The Lori P. Davis Project’s first single, is the soundtrack to your next window-down, scream-out-loud conversation with your best friend. Lori and her duet partner John Stafford howl out the story of a passionate and messy relationship as they ramp up with a rough and rowdy guitar lick over soaring organs. The ensemble finds Lori cooing out her yearning to tame her awful kid, sending off her stanza after-section into this confounding cycle. It’s hard for her, but it’s good news for us because it means we get another chance to scream cathartically at the top of our lungs.
Davis, John Stafford, and Phylis co-wrote “Bad Boy.” The music video for “Bad Boy” was written, directed, and produced by Davis herself, who has directed and produced all of her music thus far. The film begins with a sweet conversation in which Lori assures her granddaughter that she will find her prince charming. However, it abruptly shifts to show the difficulties of love that will lead her to her true love after that. Specifically, the so-called “Bad Boys.”
We follow a story of small-town drama that is interspersed with shots of Davis and Stafford belting out their hopes and woes. The story ultimately leads to the empowerment of all of the women involved to reject the bad boys and find a better love just around the corner. Davis hopes to hear other well-known singers take on “Bad Boy,” which is a song that many people can relate to.