Kane Brown unveiled his star-studded collaborative new single “Be Like That” featuring R&B singer Khalid and rapper Swae Lee of duo Rae Sremmurd on Friday (July 10).

The country superstar first debuted the upbeat during opening night of his North American headlining Worldwide Beautiful Tour, telling fans that the song would be his next single to pop radio.

Brown sings about the possibility of a guy being better off on his own but says that he could never move on if they broke up, while also thinking that he is not himself without her.

“I might be better on my own
I hate you blowin’ up my phone
I wish I never met your ass
Sometimes it be like that
But I’m not myself the nights you’re gone
There ain’t no way I’m movin’ on
I’m not afraid to need you bad
Sometimes it be like that”

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This isn’t Brown’s first collaboration with Khalid as he sings on the remix of “Saturday Nights,” however it is his first with rapper Swae Lee. Brown also revealed recently that he will be releasing a remix to his summertime anthem “Cool Again” which will feature Nelly.

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