Jordan Davis had a whirlwind desert romance in the video for his breakout hit "Singles You Up." So for the visual for follow-up single "Take It From Me," he stepped back and provided the soundtrack for someone else's thrilling love story -- this time with a little city edge.
“We really wanted to mix it up with this video," Davis tells Billboard. "Since ‘Singles You Up’ was shot in the desert in El Paso, Texas, the first thing that came to mind was New York. I love the energy and feeling you get when you’re in it, and thought it’d be a perfect fit for this video."
The big change in setting resulted in a very different storyline from the cute "Singles You Up" video, as "Take It From Me" follows a couple through a night of mischief in NYC that includes pickpocketing and running from cops. As Davis sings the track on dimly lit streets and in a club, the video's troublemaking female lead steals the heart (and the wallet) of a guy she leaves only to run wild with her actual beau -- whom she eventually leaves to escape getting in trouble for her dirty deed.