Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Says ‘Thank You Lord’ for Message of New Song with Tim McGraw

by Thad Mitchell
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Country music star Tyler Hubbard is teaming up with country music legend Tim McGraw for his inspiring new song.

Since forming Florida Georgia line in 2010, Tyler Hubbard and his bandmate Brian Kelley have achieved the kind of success that other music artists can only dream about. Their 2012 hit single “Cruise” broke two major sales records after its release. It became the first ever country single to certify as “diamond” status by the Recording Industry Association of America. The song was downloaded more than 7 million times and was the best-selling digital country song of all time.

Rumors of a split for the group were heavy at times in 2020 but never came to past. Now, however, both Hubbard and Kelley say the time has come to work on their individual goals as solo artists. Both men plan on releasing solo efforts at some point in 2020.

Tyler Hubbard Teaming With Tim McGraw For New Song

Hubbard has been hard at work getting his solo efforts of the ground and found one of the biggest names in music to help. Tim McGraw will be joining the 33-year-old singer in an effort to boost his latest musical offering.

Hubbard took to social media on Wednesday to share his experiences in working with McGraw with his fans. Their collaboration is called “Undivided” and Hubbard says he needs the song’s message as much as anyone.

“Cheers to looking at all humanity with love, compassion, empathy and grace,” he writes in the posts caption. “Thank you Lord for this song and this message. Thank you @thetimmcgraw for believing in this song and asking me to feature on it. Thanks to the whole team and my boys @coreycrowder and @chirsloockeguitar for helping to write and produce this. I am so honored. #UNDIVIDED is out now.”

The post’s video shows the two singers in the studio working on the song. Fans of both Hubbard and McGraw seem very excited for the release as the post saw more than 2,000 “likes” shortly after its release.

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