It is no secret that R&B has had a major comeback in recent times (not that it was ever really away for that prolonged a period of time) and we are all here to enjoy it. As much as this is pleasing news for R&B fans across the globe, it is also a positive indication that DVSN has opened the floodgates again. We are looking forward to being able to share even more dope music with you as a result of this. We are only a few months away from Christmas, but the singers offer us an aural pleasure package that is much needed given the nearness of the holiday season. There is no doubt that you have been put on the spot so far, but it doesn’t matter what you do – we all fall short from time to time in life, and we all have our own reasons for doing so. The time is right for you to become a part of this party, and now is the ideal time to do so. This morning (Oct. 28), the duo is releasing their highly anticipated full-length album, “Working On My Karma“.
A fitting way to close out October is with a release like Working On My Karma. This is indeed some of their most impressive work to date and what a way to end the month of October. DVSN recently spoke to Complex magazine about the concept of the album. As a result, the song will cover many different emotions that will inspire a journey of growth for the listener. “It is said that honour comes before power,” said Daniel Daley, one half of the DVSN group, who said that pride precedes a fall. “In addition, there’s compassion and remorse, growth and reflection, but most importantly, you need to take a long, frank, honest look at yourself in the mirror, don’t you think? Perhaps it could be as simple as getting lost for a moment and attempting to self-medicate through some other, less desirable method. Maybe I am stepping out and I am just trying to have sex because I already screwed up. This album will take you to all the different areas that this kind of stuff can take you in. We are trying to cover the different aspects of how that works. In terms of growth, this should be at least the beginning, if there is anything that needs to be done for it to happen.