Rhett, who is mainly known for his 2015 hit "Die A Happy Man," put a country-infused twist on Bieber's tune, which is currently No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart. While Rhett maintained the original's acoustic melody, Rhett's full-bodied vocals and smooth cadence gave "Love Yourself" a more subdued vibe.
Artists from all genres can't get enough of Bieber's Purpose album, as a slew of covers have popped up ever since its release last November. Most recently, The 1975 performed their take of "Sorry" for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge, while Halsey laced her "Love Yourself" cover with expletives. Check out Thomas Rhett's radio show performance above, and place your bet on which singer will sing a Bieber track next.