After 10 years as one of the most influential acts in country music, Florida Georgia Line has announced their first-ever Greatest Hits package, available to stream on November 9. The more than 18 track project features three previously unreleased tracks, including the country duo’s newest release “Life.”
Pre-save the album here.
The hitmakers met in 2008 at a weekly student worship service on campus at Belmont University in Nashville. They later formed Florida Georgia Line and burst onto the country music scene in 2012 with their wildly successful debut single, “Cruise.” They later remixed the track with rapper Nelly and it went on to become the first country single to achieve sales and streams equivalent to 10 million units.
From high-energy party anthems to tender romantic ballads, Florida Georgia Line’s catalog – including five studio albums and 19 No.1 singles – leaves behind a dynamic legacy that will continue to influence the country music industry. While dissolving the band closes a great chapter, fans will be able to reminisce on their favorite tracks with the “Greatest Hits” album.
The iconic pair played their final show together on Wednesday (Aug. 31) at the Minnesota State Fair.
“This is our last official concert as Florida Georgia Line… let’s see what we got left in the tank,” Hubbard told the crowd.
In the midst of their last official concert as a duo, Hubbard took a moment to reflect on the last 10 years while performing “H.O.L.Y.”
“I just want to take a second because I don’t want this moment to get lost tonight. I want to express our gratitude, from BK and myself, from the bottom of our heart man, for the last 12 years of our life that you guys have allowed us to do what we love,” Hubbard said.
He continued, “You’ve enabled us to chase this crazy dream of writing songs and playing shows and hoping somebody will show up to listen, so thank you guys man, it really, really means the world to us. I spent a lot of this afternoon thinking about the last ten years and what this night means to us is the closing of an incredible, incredible chapter for us. It’s very exciting for us to look at what’s ahead and see what’s next and the next chapter is very exciting, but we wanna celebrate this chapter with you guys. So tonight, before we move onto the next song, can we sing this chorus one more time together?”
After belting the final lyrics to “Cruise,” the pair graciously thanked fans for the last decade and exited the stage on different sides as the crowd erupted into a lengthy cheer.
Since the duo parted ways, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have embarked on their solo careers. Kelley launched his solo career with track “Beach Cowboy,” later sharing his debut solo album, Sunshine State Of Mind, and signing with Big Machine Label Group.
Meanwhile, Hubbard began his solo career with the release of Dancin’ In The Country, his debut 6-song EP that includes his first single, “5 foot 9.”
The country star is currently on the road as direct support for Keith Urban on Urban’s Speed Of Now World Tour.