The Canadian duo’s latest release features Buju Banton, Ty Dolla $ign, Future, Summer Walker and more.
DVSN emerges and reveals its third studio album A Muse In Her Feelings. The new release from the Canadian duo comes nearly three years after their last album, Morning After (2017).
The project arrives with 16 tracks and features PARTYNEXTDOOR, Future, Summer Walker, Buju Banton, Popcaan, and more. Early this morning, fans took to Twitter to express how much they loved the album. Fans were calling out that they loved the sequencing on the album, how pleased they were with Summer’s feature and more.
That transition from “So What”, “Outlandish” to “Keep it going”… DVSN did that!!! pic.twitter.com/BaEfgkgNwq
— Tsami 🇿🇦 (@tsamimathekga) April 17, 2020
Me when Buju Banton came through on that Dvsn track pic.twitter.com/SY9htuVgkh
— zay (@ezayur) April 17, 2020
dvsn and Summer Walker really did a track together and it’s fucking GOOD pic.twitter.com/tNHb8cDaYv
— Young Lu Da Gawd (@KazLF) April 17, 2020
— Obaa Maame (@dontjujmyjollof) April 17, 2020
— trilogy abel (@Liya_Hangana19) April 17, 2020
… Again x DVSN + Shantel May pic.twitter.com/oxYPSFe99H
— Zovuyo Mputa (@zovuyomputablog) April 17, 2020
A few weeks back, the duo made up of singer Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85 unveiled a single from the album featuring Snoh Aalegra, “Between Us.” Earlier this year in January, they dropped “A Muse” which was received well. Additional singles that were rolled out previously include “No Cryin” with Future and “Miss Me” both of these tracks found their way on the latest album.
On A Muse In Her Feelings, DVSN served up an assortment of R&B tracks that’ll carry them for quite some time as Morning After and SEPT 5TH did. What gives this project a unique twist are tracks like “Dangerous City” featuring Buju Banton and “So What” with Popcaan. It’s not an easy feat to command attention with a legend like Buju, but the duo still manages to shine. Popcaan is a nice touch on “So What,” this cut is really, really smooth.
By the time “Outlandish” comes up the album gets even more of a late-night feel. From here, it’s still an enjoyable listen. “‘Flawless’ Do It Well Pt. 3” with Summer Walker is one of our favorite deep cuts on the album, it channels the energy found in strip clubs like Magic City and King of Diamonds. Walker experimented a bit with her voice and it’s fitting for the track.
DVSN’s A Muse In Her Feelings epitomizes its title. Each song is made for the moody period we’re all experiencing, their tracks are ideal for reflecting on past loves, beaus that captured their essence and much, much more. It won’t surprise us if this album finds its way on numerous Billboard charts soon.
Stream A Muse In Her Feelings below.