Florida Georgia Line Dream of Cutting a Song With Another Big Rapper
With their massive hit 'Cruise,' Florida Georgia Line proved that country and rap can definitely get along. In fact, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley enjoyed their collaboration with Nelly on the remixed version so much, they're now dreaming of cutting a song with another big rapper.
So, who would be their ideal collaborator? Hubbard reveals it's 'Lollipop' hitmaker Lil' Wayne, according to Artist Direct. “That'd be amazing!" he enthuses. "That’s always been a dream of mine, to be honest with you. I’d love to work with Wayne on a song."
Part of the major pull to hanging out with another rapper is memories of the incredibly fun time they had hanging out with Nelly. When FGL teamed up with the rapper to film the 'Cruise (Remix)' video, it had two memorable things: Fast cars and gorgeous girls.
"It was a blast. Hanging out with Nelly all day was great. He's a super cool," Hubbard recalls. "He's easygoing and fun to be around. There was a lot of beautiful girls there and fast cars. It was just a good time. It's basically a party we caught on camera."
The FGL duo keeps on partying with the majorly catchy hit, recently performing it at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards and witnessing the track catapult into record history. However, they have lots of other great songs on their debut album 'Here's to the Good Times' -- good thing they'll be playing their first-ever headlining tour this fall!