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OVO duo dvsn are following in the footsteps of labelmates Drake and The Weeknd by releasing their own short film. The Canadian R&B pair, made up of Daniel Daley and Nineteen85, signed to Drake’s label in February, releasing their stunning debut Sept. 5th and appearing on Drake’s fourth album Views, which pushed the duo to quickly become one of the rising artists to watch this year.
The Toronto-based duo have now dropped their first short film titled “The Choir.” Created by DAIS and directed by Canadian filmmaker Randall Okita, the film opens with a group of women robbing a Bingo game, before going back in time to show their motivation for the risky event.
The dark film shows the women getting a sort of high from the successful robbery, stealing a motorcycle, having sex and celebrating with champagne. Even with their first robbery ending without anyone being caught, the video ends on an ominous note, indicating that the heist may not have been as seamless as it first appeared.
The film is scored with music from dvsn’s Sept. 5th, which was released on OVO Records back in March.
“The Choir” makes dvsn the latest musical act to release a short film in 2016, a year that also produced Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” The Weeknd’s “Mania,” and Drake’s “Please Forgive Me.”