Marshmello & Kane Brown Fuse Pop-Punk, Country Twang On 'One Thing Right': Listen

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Martha Galvan
Marshmello photographed on March 9, 2018 in Hollywood, Calif.

Do good girls like bad boys as much as the song's say? Can a good partner's love change a cheater's ways? It doesn't usually work that way in real life, but in Marshmello and Kane Brown's "One Thing Right," that's the score.

This is the masked producer's first collaboration with a country singer, though "One Thing Right" isn't a classical country sound. Marshmello melts his downtempo pop-punk style into a trap-tinged beat and lets Kane do his thing with some twangy vocals and banjo. It feels like Marshmello pop, for sure. 

Brown's lyrical story is that of a man who lies, steals and always gets himself in trouble. The only thing he doesn't screw up is the love he's somehow found while being such a rascal.

Dive into the full sing-along tale with the official lyric video for "One Thing Right" below.