dvsn, Ty Dolla $ign & Buju Banton
OVERALL RATING (⭐⭐⭐⭐)
dvsn’s “A Muse In Her Feelings” album is about to be hot as s**t.
In an R&B fight, I would take dvsn over anyone. Not only is Daniel Dasy a fantastic singer, but Nineteen85 understands the exact sound the two artists need to succeed. Today, the duo decided to drop “Dangerous City” — Their latest single off of their forthcoming album, A Muse In Her Feelings.
This song so damn random. No vibe at all its like 3 different songs in 1. I know whoever was mixing this was throwing shit at the wall smdh https://t.co/e9WX9qF5gW
— 𝔼𝕓. (@EbtheCeleb) April 10, 2020
I respectfully disagree, EB. To me, “Dangerous City” is a well-crafted tune that features a silky smooth beat that has this uncanny ability to get gritty whenever it needs to. Additionally, I f**k with the song’s topic (It’s on some 2020 ‘Sean Kingston “Take You There”‘ s**t), Daniel’s fearless vocal performance on his verse and the hook, and Ty Dolla $ign’s grungy verse. OK, I admit, Buju Banton’s verse was weird.
Listen to “Dangerous City” at the top of the page.