The two stars took to social media on September 4th to tease the track, sharing a video of Marshmello being "roasted" in anticipation of its release. They also published an interactive website that allows users to take a mood quiz and answer questions about their current state of mind before being led to hotline numbers offered by Hope For The Day. You can visit the site here.
In a year marred by unprecedented economic, racial, and social strife, it seems as if the EDM and dance-pop superstar is furthering his altruistic endeavors and trying to initiate the conversation surrounding mental health. Considering the track is being released during Suicide Prevention Week, fans can expect a poignant and pensive electronic crossover.
"OK Not To Be Ok" will be released tomorrow, September 10th, 2020. Check out Lovato's announcement below.