Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise" is the best-selling country song of the century and a song that blew the doors open for a progressive, hip-hop-flavored brand of country that longtime fans of the genre are still trying to determine what to do with.
Florida Georgia Line shared their new album and their new whiskey during a listening party for fans in Nashville this week. The duo played several songs from Dig Your Roots, and spoke candidly about where the songs came from.
Florida Georgia Line chose a song Tim McGraw could have made famous for their collaboration with the legend. "May We All" offers nostalgia over a progressive beat. It's the kind of backward yearning McGraw is repopularizing on his own records.
Florida Georgia Line are celebrating their 11th No. 1 single with "H.O.L.Y." The song, written by busbee, Nate Cyphert, William Wiik Larsen, recently topped both the Billboard Country Airplay chart and Mediabase chart.
A growing list of 2016 CMT Music Awards performers have been announced. The show is being billed as "Country Music's Loudest Night," and its all-star lineup includes some of the biggest names in country music.