Florida Georgia Line Songs Ranked

Florida Georgia Line is an American country music duo consisting of vocalists Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley. Their 2012 debut single “Cruise” broke two major sales records: it was downloaded over seven million times, making it the first country song ever to receive the Diamond certification, and it became the best-selling digital country song of all time, with 24 weeks at number one, until it was surpassed in July 2017 by Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road”.[5] “Cruise” remains their most popular song to date. “Cruise” helped to pioneer a style of country music known as “bro-country”, which incorporates production elements from rock and hip-hop music, and tends to cover subject matter such as partying, drinking, driving trucks, and sexual attraction. Much of their subsequent music has been tagged with the “bro-country” label as well. Here are all of Florida Georgia Line songs ranked.

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15. Sippin’ On Fire (Anything Goes, 2014)

“I love these guys! Every song I can relate to! Absolutely one of the best new country bands that I have heard in a very long time. I am a huge fan.”

14. Talk You Out of It (Florida Georgia Line, 2018)

“This slow, sexy ballad kicks off with a smooth banjo part before easing into an R&B-influenced groove. Tyler Hubbard starts to talk his lady love into a night out on the town.”

13. Confession (Anything Goes, 2014)

“FGL delivers every time. This song grew on me and is a lot of fun to sing. Great lyrics. FGL will be around a long, long time. Florida Georgia Line has achieved monstrous success for a country/rock duo that likely would’ve been happy to make a blip on the radar when they first started. 

12. If I Die Tomorrow (Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Mötley Crüe, 2014)

“I really think FGL has a great voice for ballads. It may not be what their rough, party followers want, but they could have two sets of followers! Tyler’s voice on this comes across to me as very grunge or Curt Cobaine-esque, and it’s really sexy!”

11. Simple (Florida Georgia Line 2018)

“Totally love this song. I had heard it a few times on the radio but they never gave the artist’s name. I went online looking for some of the lyrics and found it. I do hope this comes out on a CD by them shortly. I still wanted to hear it whenever so that is why I bought it as a single. Super fantastic song. Makes one so happy just listening to it. This is one of their best songs and they have some very good ones.”

10. Up Down (If I Know Me, 2018)

“Hey, What can I say? Everything that I’ve heard Morgan do sounds awesome.. This track is no different. The Fact that Florida Georgia Line is on the track is a bonus..”

9. Sun Daze (Anything Goes, 2014)

“This song is so forgettable because of how messed up it is. I get that It’s fun but I don’t know why It’s a hit. This is my opinion though, so whoever made this you don’t have to be upset about it.”

8. Meant to Be (All Your Fault: Pt. 2, 2017)

“I heard this song but had no idea what artist/band performed it. I did a search and found what I needed to know. From sampling some other songs from Bebe Rexha this song in my opinion is the best so far. Florida Georgia Line also made this song shine.”

7. Get Your Shine On (Here’s to the Good Times, 2012)

“This is a great song. Heard it on the Country Music Awards and loved it. It is good quality and a the song writer did a great job in the lyrics too. Love the song.”

6. H.O.L.Y. (Dig Your Roots, 2016)

“I love this song. One of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard. I listen to it over and over… Probably the best rendition of this song I’ve heard yet! Great vocals and excellent guitar playing!!”

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5. Dirt (Anything Goes, 2014)

“Awesome job Florida Georgia Line! Dirt will make you smile, laugh, and maybe even shed a tear; it’s quite an emotional ride that I believe everyone can relate to. The poignant lyrics and harmonious guitar riffs are spot on, really nice job, just keep it coming guys!”

4. Round Here (Here’s to the Good Times, 2012)

“These guys are just plain awesome! If you haven’t heard about Florida Georgia Line yet, your head is stuck in the sand somewhere! Their music is so lively and fun! They are fresh and new and exciting. I love everything they do! It is Country Kickin’ music at it’s best”

3. Stay (Here’s to the Good Times, 2012)

“Not only is the quality good but this song is highly recommended to anyone who has ever let someone get away from them visa versa. This song brings tears to my eyes every time that I hear it. Like the old AT&T motto/chime use to go.. it makes you want to “reach out, reach out and touch that certain someone””

2. This Is How We Roll (Here’s to the Good Times, 2012)

“Great sound. Upbeat enough that I put it on my MP3 player to listen to while at the gym. I must say, though, that while I like their sound, a lot of the songs my Florida Georgia Line tend to sound the same.”

1. Cruise (Here’s to the Good Times, 2012)

“The first time I heard this song it was the music video; I was intrigued by the group’s name–Florida Georgia Line ( I kept get confused and called them Georgia Florida Line) I fell in love with this song the first time I heard it and can’t get it off my mind! It is a song that you have to have on your playlist!”