All 10 of Florida Georgia Line’s Star-Studded, Genre-Spanning Collaborations

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Jake Owen

In 2012, Owen invited the emerging duo to provide guest vocals on his sunny single "Summer Jam."

Dierks Bentley

The Cadillac Three recruited FGL, Dierks Bentley and Mike Eli for their twangy 2013 all-star collab "The South."


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.

Luke Bryan

The Nashville vet joined FGL on the 2014 smash "This Is How We Roll."

Tim McGraw

Country music icon McGraw provided a guest verse on "May We All" (2016).

Ziggy Marley

The reggae icon — Bob's oldest son — helped the boys achieve a beachy island vibe on their 2016 collab "Life Is a Honeymoon."

Backstreet Boys

FGL scored their 11th Country Airplay No. 1 with their BSB-assisted slow-jam "God, Your Mama, and Me."

The Chainsmokers

Tyler and Brian nabbed a guest spot on the EDM partystarters' 2017 debut album with the synthy standout "Last Day Alive." 

Bebe Rexha

The up-and-coming pop princess scored her biggest hit yet with her surprise 2017 FGL collab, "Meant to Be."

Hailee Steinfeld

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.