Florida Georgia Line’s fourth studio album Can’t Say I Ain’t Country has earned the duo another No.1 as the project soared to the top spot on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart upon its release. The 19-track project sold more than 300,000 album equivalents worldwide during its first week.
Can’t Say I Ain’t Country is FGL’s latest move to express themselves artistically by continuing to push genre boundaries.
“We just really don’t want to create the same album twice,” Hubbard told Sounds Like Nashville of the record. “I think it just comes natural for us to evolve running our business the way we do and making the music the way that we make it.”
The album’s success is just a launching point for where Florida Georgia Line plans to go through the remainder of 2019. In addition to debuting their long-awaited record, the duo will embark on their Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour, with special guests Dan + Shay, Morgan Wallen, Canaan Smith, and Hardy. The trek will begin on June 13 in Rogers AR before wrapping in Irvine, CA on September 28.
“The live show is huge for us,” said Brian Kelley of preparing for their summer tour. “That’s where we connect with our fans. That’s where we live out these songs with everybody. So it’s important that it’s authentic, it’s real, it looks good, it feels good. So it’s important, man. There’s a lot of people coming to these shows and they’ve got video cameras going; the world now has access to these shows. So we want to bring our A-plus game every damn time. That’s what the fans want and that’s what they deserve.”
For more information about Florida Georgia Line’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country-era, visit floridageorgialine.com.