Davis Mallory releases 5 new singles ahead of Miami Beach Pride performance

With releases on Warner Denmark, Sony/Thrive, and Warner/KnightVision, Davis Mallory has penned songs with American Idol alum Matt Giraud, EDM vocalist Notelle and German DJ Noize Generation, Mitchell Rose and DJ Landis, and French DJ Loic Penillo. He's also had several of his tracks remixed by world-renowned DJ's and has been featured in many Spotify House playlists.

Born in Marietta, Georgia Mallory is best-known for his appearance as a contestant on The Real World: Denver. He competed on The Inferno 3, The Duel II, and Rivals. Since then, the pop singer-songwriter has worked with some of the biggest names in the music business, and shows no signs of stopping.

Mallory released his EP Loud in 2017, and has his debut album is coming later this year–featuring songs and production by Swedish producer Johannes Andersson, and written in part at ABBA's Benny Andersson's studios.

He has five singles out now. Sept 8 saw the release of Israeli DJ Allouche and Mallory collaborating with the tropical pop song "Lifeline" — for anyone struggling with Suicidal Thoughts, Alcoholism, Drug Addictions and Human Trafficking.

Prior to that, Dutch producer Matisso and Mallory released the future house banger "Saturn's Rings" on Future House Cloud label. Written by Mallory and Damian Malnar (lead singer of the band Lost Stars), "Saturn's Rings" is about a kiss that takes you to outer space!

Also available is his electropop single "Top of the World," written by Mallory and pop artist Mitchell Rose, produced by Swedish artist Yumi.

Plus, Ukrainian DJ/Producer Depdramez and Mallory collaborated on their second song together, the melodic dance track "Drive". And last but not least, to keep the club vibe going, Mallory teamed up with Toronto-based producer YoungWolf to release the dark electro house single "Come On."

Mallory will perform at Miami Beach Pride on September 18.

Listen to Davis Mallory here.

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