Florida Georgia Line Likes To Collaborate With Other Artists

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CHICAGO, IL - SEPTEMBER 09:  Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line perform at the Aragon Ballroom for the American Expresss Membership Experiences Concert Series on September 9, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Im


When Florida Georgia Line first put their Dig Your Roots album together, there were no collaborations on the project, but the guys dared to dream big and ended up with songs featuring Ziggy Marley, Tim McGraw and the Backstreet Boys, who are featured on their latest single, “God, Your Mama and Me.” Brian Kelley says those collaborations happened because, “I think we just go for it. You gotta go big. I think with us on this album we didn’t have any collaborations and I think when we started dreaming about these collaborations, we started visualizing, we started mentally hearing what it would sound like if these people were on it. I think it’s just a little reminder to dream big and set your goals and put those vibes out and God can take your dreams that you think are big and He can turn them into even bigger.”

Now, not only are they collaborating with the Backstreet Boys on their latest single, but they’ll be doing some stadium tour dates with them this summer on their Smooth Tour, which will also feature Nelly and Chris Lane.

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