dvsn Spins Justin Bieber & BloodPop's "Friends" For The Remix

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dvsn comes through with an additional verse on Justin Bieber and Bloodpop's "Friends."

dvsn's one of the leading groups right now when it comes to R&B. Of course, being associated to Drake and the OVO team doesn't hurt in any way. However, they dropped an incredible project in the fall and have been pushing that for a while. Now, they come through with their first effort since then with a remix to Justin Bieber and Bloodpop's "Friends."

Back in August, Justin Bieber and Bloodpop released their single "Friends." It was one of the first pieces of music we got from Bieber in a minute. Today, they revisit the song with an additional verse from dvsn. The original was way more upbeat and club-friendly while the new version with dvsn features a slower tempo and a more R&B influence to it.

Quotable Lyrics
Me and all my other exes talk, why can't we?
Guess that's somethin' you never really liked 'bout me
I gotta be careful when I text you
Because LOL's turn into I miss you's


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