Demi Lovato and Marshmello meet their younger selves in the video for their new single “OK Not to Be OK.”
Both artists are partnering with the organization Hope for the Day, lending their voices to break down the stigma around mental health. In the clip, both Lovato and the helmeted dance star wake up in classic suburban bedrooms. A young Marshmello rolls around the yard and rides his bike through the neighborhood, while a young version of Lovato trashes her teenaged bedroom.
“It’s okay not to be okay/ It’s okay not to be okay/ When you’re down and you feel ashamed/ It’s okay not to be okay,” Lovato sings on the inspiring chorus.