Halsey and Marshmello linked up to deliver the uplifting summer jam we all needed. The duo dropped "Be Kind" on Friday, a sonic stress-reliever that tackles some important issues in many love quarrels. As is often the case in her music, Halsey is not afraid of being vulnerable on this track. She uses the opportunity to reach out to a hypothetical lover and remind them that they can approach their relationship with kindness rather than hostility. The song is all about promoting a healthier relationship dynamic, the alternative of which Halsey has explored often in her past lyrics. The singer herself described the vibe of "Be Kind" as "cute optimistic heartfelt dance summery 80s" on Twitter, sharing that "me and mello thought u guys could use the vibes right now!"
Marshmello certainly delivers in that respect, creating a light, airy feel that invites the listeners to dance without a care in the world. Check out "Be Kind" and let us know what you think.
Wanna believe, wanna believe
That you don't have a bad bone in your body
But the bruisesâ onâ your ego makeâ you go wild
Wannaâ believe, wanna believe
That even when you're stone cold, you're sorry
Tell me why you gotta be so outta your mind