UPDATE (December 5, 2019): DVSN and Future are revisiting “No Cryin” to drop the single’s official music video. The visual features a cameo from actress Keke Palmer who can be seen comforting her friend after a break up, suggesting that she go out and reminding her that she shouldn’t be sad over her ex. Taking Palmer’s advice, the music video’s leading lady and her other friends go for a girl’s night out to enjoy their man-less evening.
ORIGINAL STORY (October 30, 2019): This past summer, OVO Sound duo DVSN returned to the music game, delivering two new singles: “Miss Me” and “In Between.” Continuing to build anticipation for their third official studio album, Daniel Daley and Nineteen85 are following up the aforementioned double-dose of music with another high-profile single, “No Cryin.” Billed as a “precursor” for DVSN’s next rollout and musical campaign, “No Cryin” features Future as a guest vocalist and serves as their third track of 2019.
“After 60 shows on the road together for the ‘Summer Sixteen Tour,’ we’ve linked with Future to bring fans new music,” Nineteen85 shares via an official statement, opening up about his duo’s latest record. “Since producing the outro on Future’s album, THE WIZRD, we’re definitely not strangers in the studio. The timing couldn’t have been better for this one!”
“This is probably the one where people will feel that it’s important to them — even outside the bedroom,” DVSN’s Daniel Daley explains to Billboard, opening up about the creative direction of his duo’s new project and the sound of their new records. “The first and second albums were more [suited for] the nighttime. This one is for every day, it’s lifestyle music … There’s much more to us than romance. We go through the same things that everyone else does. Just where you are mentally, spiritually and with your friends. No matter what it is, you’re always just trying to find that balance. But there’s so much more with the new music that we’re doing, you’re going to get a lot of different sides.”
You can listen to DVSN and Future’s new collaboration and single “No Cryin” above, and stay tuned for news and more details concerning the follow-up to DVSN’s 2017 album Morning After.
For more, revisit DVSN’s 2018 video for “Morning After.”