Country superstar Kane Brown and internationally renowned DJ/producer Marshmello just released the music video for their cross-genre collaboration, “One Thing Right.”
The clip opens with shots of Marshmello leaving a prison. It’s unclear how or why he got locked up, but it appears he did his time as he walks away from the confines of the jail without issue. Moments later, Brown picks him up from the side of a deserted highway and from there, they make their way to a small house where a police officer is seen staring them down from the porch. The officer motions to a young woman, presumably his daughter, to go inside while he fends off her visitors. Clearly not welcome, the pair hop back in the car and speed away only to be followed by numerous police cars. A high-speed chase ensues.
“One Thing Right” was written by Brown, Marshmello, Jesse Frasure, Josh Hoge and Matthew McGinn and is an autobiographical song for Brown.
“It just…tells you everything that I’ve done wrong growing up and it’s saying that the one thing I did get right was you, talking about my wife,” the Georgia native previously told Billboard.
The collaboration came to life after Brown and Marshmello first connected at the 2018 American Music Awards.
Watch the “One Thing Right” music video above.
Marshmello and Brown will bring “One Thing Right” to Good Morning America‘s Summer Concert Series on August 30. Fans can catch Brown on Jason Aldean’s 2019 Ride All Night Tour throughout the summer.