“Don’t Go” – DOS

It’s not every day one gets a two-for-one deal but thankfully DOS is here to provide all in need of a satisfying musical moment. So if you’re in the need to move that body of yours to a fantastic pop song that oozes R&B delights, then look no further because “Don’t Go” by DOS has got your back, front, and then some. 

“I’m jealous of the sun that sets down on you ‘cause it’s touching you.” 

While that looks and gives off major Ed Sheeran, cinematic romance vibes – this one is all DOS. Lines like that delivered in a way that intertwines the dance sounds of the ‘80s with the modern electronic beats make this song one ready and waiting for the radio. It’s something you’d hear on any mix that’s loaded full of current releases from the likes of Justin Bieber and The Weeknd. “Don’t Go” has a level of versatility to it as well with the music giving way to this wonderful song destined for the dancefloor, while the lyrics present a pretty striking narrative that those who’ve ever felt a wave of regret rush over them when looking back on a relationship’s that no more can relate to. 

DOS is composed of two talents by the name of Isaiah and Eli. Both come from creative genes with both their fathers having been performers themselves. With skill running through their veins, it wasn’t a surprise when they each too to music. Together they’re on their way to putting musical duos back on the map because it’s been far too long since we’ve had that in pop music, right? 

To hear “Don’t Go” and more from DOS like “Get You Off My Mind” and “Can’t Get Enough,” make sure to check them out on all major music and streaming platforms today. 

Written by Kendra Beltran

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