R&B Duo DVSN Faces Mixed Reactions After Releasing Toxic New Song “If I Get Caught” That Samples Jay-Z
R&B duo dvsn have released their latest single “If I Get Caught,” accompanied by a new video that has their fans reacting to the new toxic tune.
On Friday (July 22), dvsn, consisting of singer Daniel Daley and Grammy Award-winning producer Nineteen85, 37, dropped their provocative new single “If I Get Caught.”
Produced by Bryan Michael-Cox, Jermaine Dupri, and Nineteen85, the song describes cheating and it’s impact on a relationship. The Canadian duo used lyrics from Jay-Z’s classic hit “Song Cry” throughout the song “If I Get Caught.”
With the assistance of Jermaine Dupri, 49, the record producer got rapper Jay-Z, 52, to clear the sample for his song “Song Cry” off his 2001 album “The Blueprint.”
dvsn sings on the chorus:
“If I get caught cheating, that don’t mean I don’t love you.”
The controversial video showcases Daniel Daley, 37, having a night out with his best friend Mal after promising his girl he wouldn’t get into any trouble. After Daniel Daley’s girlfriend sees a suspicious message, she starts to believe he’s cheating and assumes the worst about what him and his crew will get into.
Since the intoxicating song’s release, “If I Get Caught” became a hot topic on social media. Now that the track and its accompanying video have arrived, the duo’s fans are reacting to just how “toxic” they can be with mixed reviews on the track. dvsn spent some time as one of the trending topics in the U.S. on Twitter.
See reactions below:
“If I Get Caught” is dvsn’s first release of 2022. Prior to their new song, they dropped their fourth studio album “Cheers To The Best Memories.” The duo is signed to fellow Canadian rapper Drake, 35, through his label OVO Sound.
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