Editors’ Notes There are a lot of things you can say about the massive country duo Florida Georgia Line—you can talk about their multiple No. 1 songs, their millions in record sales, or the omnipresent duet with Bebe Rexha, "Meant to Be." And on their fourth album, they make the case that, despite what plenty of self-anointed purists who don't warm to their snap tracks or frequent collaborations across hip-hop and pop might say, they're country through and through. Can't Say I Ain't Country proves that whatever end of the genre spectrum you might find them, it doesn't really matter: The duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are good enough at being exactly what they are. They're stoned on the swampy beat of "Colorado," acoustically twangy on "Simple," and unapologetically redneck on the duet with Jason Aldean "Can't Hide Red." Years after their breakthrough hit "Cruise," FGL are still more about relaxing and enjoying the ride than anything else—country, pop, or somewhere in between.
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