Okay, okay, I think I speak for just about every true country music fan that thought has never crossed our minds, and I thank the good Lord everyday for removing those garbage trap beats and bro country lyrics forever.
I mean c’mon, we’re literally talking about the duo that started “bro country,” which created a plague in country music radio that lasted from about 2012 to 2017.
Luckily for us, FGL announced last year that they were officially breaking up, as Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard wanted to pursue their own solo careers. Although I can’t say I’m a huge fan of either Kelley or Hubbard’s solo stuff, I can honestly say that Kelley’s music is much better than Hubbard’s.
But speaking of Kelley, he recently shared some intriguing news about the possibility of an FGL reunion.
Country Central shared a hot take poll that featured the hot take:
“Florida Georgia Line will reform within the next two years.”
The majority of the voters agreed to this possibility, and not gonna lie, as much as I disliked FGL, I was fully expecting a reunion tour in the next two to five years…
However, Brian Kelley shut down this possibility REAL fast.
He posted the hot take on his Instagram story, and responded:
“Respectfully, I can tell you that’s not happening.”
So, there you have it.
An L for the future of FGL, and a W for the future of mainstream country music.