In a classic example of yin-yang energy, dvsn and Future have linked on the former’s new track, “No Cryin.”
If you’re wondering how Hndrxx linking with the OVO-signed duo signifies duality, it’s because the former is one of the game’s most consistent plugs, as prolific as they come; the other, well, they’re a bit more frugal with their music — dvsn’s last album, Morning After, came in 2017. Nevertheless, worlds collide to unleash a uniquely-textured song.
Appealing to Future’s Hndrxx side, one where he saunters across softer production than his primarily trap catalogue, Nineteen85 laces him and Daniel Daley with a classic trap-soul beat. Throughout “No Cryin,” they trade verses and hooks about quelling emotional pain, to enjoy the good times.
Not only does this collab represent opposing forces imparting positivity, but it also aptly displays a Venn Diagram: Future is renowned for his slurred flow cascading over various trap instrumentals, including more laid-back iterations; dvsn is known for presenting dreamy soundscapes that fall somewhere in the middle of the R&B and trap-soul spectrum. On “No Cryin,” they leverage their mutual talents to meet in the middle and create a hit.
“No Cryin” joins dvsn’s other newly-released single, “Miss Me?”
Peep “No Cryin” below: