Florida Georgia Line Reveal ‘Dig Your Roots’ Track List, Collaborations
Florida Georgia Line have unveiled the full track listing for their much-anticipated new album, Dig Your Roots, and the album will feature collaborations with some of the top artists from across all genres of music.
As they have already hinted at on social media, Dig Your Roots features a track with the Backstreet Boys. Josh Kear, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson wrote "God, Your Mama, and Me," the album's 11th track, which features the superstar boy band. Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley also worked with Tim McGraw on a song called "May We All," and Ziggy Marley sat in for a reggae track titled "Life Is a Honeymoon."
“Collaborating with Tim McGraw, the Backstreet Boys or Ziggy Marley alone is already super surreal for us, but to have them all on this album is pretty mind-blowing,” Kelley says in a press release.
"These three artists were huge influences on both of us musically," Hubbard adds. "BK’s first concert was the Backstreet Boys and they were my first album!”
Joey Moi returns to the producer's chair for Dig Your Roots, which the duo promise is a step forward musically and thematically from the party-hearty songs they have been best-known for, though they say they have retained their good-time songs, too. Hubbard and Kelley co-wrote more than half of the new songs, and the album features contributions from many of the top songwriters in contemporary country music, including Nicolle Galyon, Brett James, busbee, Rodney Clawson, Jesse Frasure, Zach Crowell, Hillary Lindsey and more.
Dig Your Roots is set for release on Aug. 26. It's currently available for pre-order at iTunes, and fans who order it before it comes out will receive an instant gratification download of "Smooth," the album's lead track.
Florida Georgia Line, Dig Your Roots Track Listing:
2. “Dig Your Roots”
3. “Life Is a Honeymoon”
6. “May We All”
9. “Good Girl, Bad Boy”
10. “Wish You Were on It”
11. “God, Your Mama, and Me”
12. “Music Is Healing”
13. “While He’s Still Around”
14. “Grow Old”
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