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Since breaking out in 2012, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have blurred the lines of country — with the help of these surprising, A-list collaborators!
By Jeff Nelson•@nelson_jeff
Posted on January 9, 2018 at 10:45am EST
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In 2012, Owen invited the emerging duo to provide guest vocals on his sunny single "Summer Jam."
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The Cadillac Three recruited FGL, Dierks Bentley and Mike Eli for their twangy 2013 all-star collab "The South."
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Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley teamed up with Nelly for a remix of their breakout single "Cruise," which became their highest-charting Hot 100 hit when it peaked at No. 4 in July 2013.
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The Nashville vet joined FGL on the 2014 smash "This Is How We Roll."
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Country music icon McGraw provided a guest verse on "May We All" (2016).
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The reggae icon — Bob's oldest son — helped the boys achieve a beachy island vibe on their 2016 collab "Life Is a Honeymoon."
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FGL scored their 11th Country Airplay No. 1 with their BSB-assisted slow-jam "God, Your Mama, and Me."
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Tyler and Brian nabbed a guest spot on the EDM partystarters' 2017 debut album with the synthy standout "Last Day Alive."
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The up-and-coming pop princess scored her biggest hit yet with her surprise 2017 FGL collab, "Meant to Be."
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The Nashville duo made another foray into dance music with 2017's "Let Me Go," a boppy singalong with Hailee Steinfeld, producer Alesso and guitarist watt.
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