Pop Star Bebe Rexha Releases Collaboration with Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line should change their name to ‘Pop-Country Line’ because they keep tip-toeing into the pop genre. The duo has yet another collaboration with a Pop artist, this time with Bebe Rexha.

Rexha delivered her mini-album, All Your Fault: Part Two, and the country pair earned themselves a spot on the track list with “Meant to Be.” The song, which starts off with a simple yet catchy piano tube and fuses into a Top 40 radio-worthy synth hit, harmonizes Rexha on top of FGL’s vocals and pleads for fate to step in.

Adding the new track to their overflowing collection of collaborations throughout their career, the guys of Florida Georgia Line definitely put this duet at the top of the list in their professional lives as one of their favorites ever.

@beberexha just released one of my favorite songs we’ve ever done. It was a true honor working with Bebe, @joshomiller@garciaofficial, and @playbkplay on this jam. Y’all go check it out. #meanttobe,” Tyler Hubbard of the duo wrote with an Instagram post of the track.

No word yet on if Hubbard and Brian Kelley will introduce this song into their Smooth Tour setlist, but based on their previous collaborations, they’ll surely try to work it in to the best of their ability. After working together with Nelly on the remix of their No. 1 hit, “Cruise,” and making two worlds collide with The Backstreet Boys on “God, Your Mama, and Me,” it’s no surprise that FGL may be getting Rexha to join them on the road in the future.

They even recently hit up The Chainsmokers to create the song, “Last Day Alive,” which they performed together live on the rooftop of their restaurant and bar, FGL House, during the 2017 CMT Music Awards.

Meanwhile, Hubbard and Kelley are indeed preparing for the Smooth Tour with tour mates Nelly, Backstreet Boys and Chris Lane. They also just released “Smooth” as their next single from their most recent album, Dig Your Roots, and premiered the hilarious music video along with it. Fans can check the song and video now.