Kane Brown, Becky G are “Lost in the Middle of Nowhere”

Country meets reggaeton on the genre-bending remix.

Kane Brown continues to blur genre lines with a Spanish remix of the Becky G-assisted duet, “Lost in the Middle of Nowhere,” from his sophomore album, Experiment.

The rework substitutes the original’s twangy electric guitars and drums with a reggaeton beat, Latin-influenced strings and a groovy bassline. The country singer opens the song in English, but he and Becky quickly segue into a catchy Spanish-language chorus.

In the accompanying Alex Alvga-directed video, the duo step into a large neon box which transports them to the tropics. They perform the song in the lush jungles, and even break out some dance moves.

“When I named my album Experiment, one of the things that was important to me was to not feel limited sonically in what I could do,” Brown said in a press release. “I’m a country artist, but I have a range of influences. I didn’t feel pressured to keep it in a certain box because of the way my fans have always been there for me.”

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Brown previously teamed up with R&B artist Khalid on another genre-busting track, “Saturday Night.” Watch his video for the “Lost in the Middle of Nowhere” remix below:

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