10 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first full-length from dvsn is a simmering collaboration stacked with late-night R&B and neon-lit production. Featuring a series of acrobatic falsetto hooks, the album is a testament to the minimalist genius of Nineteen85—the Toronto producer behind Drake hits like “Hold On, We’re Going Home” and “Hotline Bling.” The result makes Sept. 5 a one-volume thesis on the seductive qualities of Drake’s OVO Sound label: heart-wrenching confessions that emerge through a haze of subaquatic basslines, subtlety flashy production, and brittle high-hats. The most intoxicating of these might be “Hallucinations” and “In + Out”—both blush-inducing, futuristic slow jams that leave us weak in the knees.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The first full-length from dvsn is a simmering collaboration stacked with late-night R&B and neon-lit production. Featuring a series of acrobatic falsetto hooks, the album is a testament to the minimalist genius of Nineteen85—the Toronto producer behind Drake hits like “Hold On, We’re Going Home” and “Hotline Bling.” The result makes Sept. 5 a one-volume thesis on the seductive qualities of Drake’s OVO Sound label: heart-wrenching confessions that emerge through a haze of subaquatic basslines, subtlety flashy production, and brittle high-hats. The most intoxicating of these might be “Hallucinations” and “In + Out”—both blush-inducing, futuristic slow jams that leave us weak in the knees.

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