Alana Davis is an American singer and songwriter. She achieved a radio hit with the single "32 Flavors" from her 1997 debut album Blame It on Me. The song was a cover of a track written by and previously recorded by Ani DiFranco?. Her sophomore album Fortune Cookies was released four years later in 2001 and did not have any charting singles. She released her third album, Surrender Dorothy, in 2005 on an independent label.
Alana Davis was born on May 6, 1974 in New York City. Her father, Walter Davis, Jr., was a pianist who played alongside such jazz greats as Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
Her record deal with Elektra produced two albums, "Blame it on Me," which was chosen as one of TIME Magazines five best albums of 1997, and 2001's "Fortune Cookies," which featured production by The Neptunes and Ed Tuton. She was featured in videos for the songs "32 Flavors" and "Crazy."