Dvsn Releases Sophomore Album 'Morning After'

The OVO duo releases the project after six months of teases.

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OVO duo Dvsn has returned to deliver more R&B of the grown and sexy variety with the release of their sophomore album Morning After. Leading up to the release of the project, Dvsn has steadily dropped songs from the album to help build anticipation. Back in May, the group released "Think About Me,", followed by "Don't Choose" a month later. In September they released "Mood,"  and most recently there's the new single "P.O.V." which samples Maxwell's 1999 song "Fortunate." Information surrounding the project has been as mysterious as the group itself, with cryptic short videos helping to serve as teasers for the album.

It has been a whirlwind year for the duo, starting with the release of their debut album Sept. 5th—which, despite its name, was released this past March. The album garnered acclaim for its mature content and more traditional R&B sound.

Following the release of the album, Dvsn appeared as a guest on "Faithful," from Drake's album Views. The R&B act also opened up for Drake and Future on the Summer Sixteen Tour, which is the highest grossing hip-hop tour of all time to date. Dvsn also opened for Drake on his Boy Meets World European Tour as well, and these type of placements should only help increase the audience for them this time around for the release of Morning After.

You can set the mood with Morning After on Apple Music and iTunes, or stream it below via Spotify.


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