Kane Brown teamed up with mysterious EDM artist Marshmello to release a music video for their collaboration, "One Thing Right." The two artists are on the run in the clip, which readers can watch above.

The "One Thing Right" music video begins with Marshmello being released from prison and Brown picking him up. The duo stop at a house, where it's revealed that Marshmello's love interest is the sheriff's daughter. That's when Brown and Marshmello go on a high-speech chase, evading angry cops — and, yes, they manage to get away.

Brown initially wrote "One Thing Right" for his sophomore album, 2018's Experiment. However, the song ended up being an additional, unused track, so Brown sent it to Marshmello for consideration. The DJ and country star originally met at the 2018 American Music Awards, where Brown won three awards (Favorite Male Country Artist, Favorite Country Album and Favorite Country Song) and Marshmello took home Best Electronic Dance Artist.

"One Thing Right" is Marshmello's first time working with a country artist in any capacity. He and Brown will perform the song as part of Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series on Aug. 30.

Brown has recently been announced as the headliner of Staples Center’s 20th Anniversary concert celebration in Los Angeles on Oct. 18. Prior to that show, he will be finishing Jason Aldean's Ride All Night Tour in August, after which he'll take some time off for the birth of his first child with his wife, Katelyn Jae.

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