DVSN, the Canadian R&B duo signed to OVO Sound, recently stopped by “The Breakfast Club” to explain their controversial new single, “If I Get Caught.”

DVSN consists of singer Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85.

Daniel gave a breakdown of their new single, which is being called a toxic cheating anthem, but according to Daniel, it is not toxic at all.

He said the song is written from the perspective of a woman being insecure about the qualities that attracted her to her man.

“If I Get Caught” was produced by Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox.

Listen to Daniel explain what the song is about below:

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