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Dvsn releases new track “Use Somebody”

The song will be available on the forthcoming ‘Amusing Her Feelings’ project.

DVSN “Use Somebody” cover art

Last month, Dvsn announced their forthcoming deluxe version of A Muse In Her Feelings will officially make landfall on Jan. 15, and dropped off the first taste “Blessings” along with it as well. Today, fans were blessed once again as the duo shared another offering, “Use Somebody,” which features a sample of the 2008 Kings of Leon hit of the same name:

I’ve been roaming around, always looking down at all I see. Painted faces fill the places I can’t reach. You know that I could use somebody. You know that I could use somebody. Someone like you and all you know and how you speak. Countless lovers under cover of the street. You know that I could use somebody. You know that I could use somebody. Someone like you, oh, someone like you, like you.

Prior to “Use Somebody” and “Blessings,” Dvsn shared visuals for their fan-favorite cuts like “A Muse” and the Snoh Aalegra-assisted “Between US.” They released A Muse In Her Feelings back in April, which included 16 new tracks and additional features from Summer Walker, Popcaan, Ty Dolla $ign, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Future, Jessie Reyez, and Shantel May. It follows their 2016 debut Sept. 5th and 2017’s Morning After, a well-received project that earned the duo a deserver top 40 spot on the Billboard 200. Sept. 5th included their classic hits like “With Me,” “Too Deep,” and “The Line.”

The title of the deluxe album, Amusing Her Feelings, is a play on the original project title, but this is no new realization for loyal listeners of the album. Earlier this year, Dvsn revealed in a tweet the various meanings the title could be interpreted. “A Muse In Her Feelings,” was the first title used, and now as the deluxe arrives claiming the “Amusing Her Feelings” title.

Be sure to press play on Dvsn’s new “Use Somebody” down below.

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