Amber Alejo Rowley Davis (born July 29, 1985, Mesa, Arizona), simply known as Amber, is a Filipino-American singer.

After high school, she moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue her singing career. She was background vocalist to singers Hilary Duff and Kashiff. In 2004 she signed with W.A.R. Entertainment for two singles for the movie soundtrack Playa’s Ball. After that she moved to Osaka, Japan to become lead vocalist of rock and hip hop show “Enwhy” at Universal Studios Japan.

After her contract with Universal, she signed with VIVA Records. Her debut album Feel Good Music was released in June 2006. Her debut album contained her remake of the song “Manila”, which became a hit in the Philippines. It topped both the radio and video charts.

Amber left VIVA Records and has recently changed her name to Amber Davis. In 2007, she released a self-titled album under Bellhaus Entertainment. Singles from this album include “Radio”, a partial cover of Donna Summer’s “On The Radio”, and a mid-tempo R&B ballad called “Back Into You”, both of which has received considerable amount of radio airplay. “Back Into You” became the first OPM song to reach No.1 on mainstream radio in 2007. Amber’s videos for both “Radio” and “Back Into You” have been some of the most requested videos in the Philippines, and is also in the top 10 most downloaded ringtones.

Amber was awarded the Awit Award for Best New Female Recording Artist in 2007 and became a host for MYX, ABS-CBN Global’s music channel in the United States, hosting their Asian music video show “Music Bang”.

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