Dvsn covers Justin Bieber’s “All That Matters” for Spotify Singles


Dvsn (singer Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85) have teamed up with Spotify for their Spotify Singles. As part of the campaign, the duo recorded a simplified rendition of their latest single, “If I Get Caught”.

Working with simple, guitar-laden production, Daley’s remarkable vocals shine brightly throughout the reworked version.

In addition to prescribing fans an alternate edition of “If I Get Caught,” dvsn also covered Justin Bieber’s track “All That Matters” in 2014. The platinum-selling song is taken from Bieber’s Newspapers project.

So far, dvsn has shared “If I Get Caught” as the lead single from their upcoming fourth album. The track, which samples JAY-Z’s classic “Song Cry,” was released on July 22 via OVO Sound/Warner Records. Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox co-assisted Nineteen85 on the production, and they also co-wrote it with Daley.

On Spotify, “If I Get Caught” has generated over 1.5 million streams on the platform. It recently debuted at No. 20 on Billboard’s Hot R&B Songs chart, marking the pair’s third appearance on the list.

In addition to collaborating with Dupri and Cox on what is described as a “true R&B albumdvsn walked into an Atlanta studio with Jagged Edge and Sean Garrett, among others.

Dvsn’s next album is the sequel to their 2020 album, A muse in her feelings. It ranked in the top ten on R&B’s Top 30 R&B Albums list later that year. Then the album was expanded and renamed amusing his feelings in early 2021. The duo would collaborate with Ty Dolla $ign months later, designing a collaborative project titled Long live the best memories.

On August 12, dvsn travels to Toronto, Canada to present the Manifesto Festival. Other R&B-centric artists include Jazmine Sullivan, Amaal, and Dylan Sinclair.

Then, on September 16, they will take the stage at the YouTube Theater in Inglewood, Calif., for a concert powered by Femme It Forward. Tickets for both shows are here.

Stream dvsn’s pair of Spotify Singles below.


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