There's another cross-genre collaboration coming from Florida Georgia Line: The country duo will team up with pop artist Bebe Rexha for "Meant to Be," a song on her upcoming All Your Fault: Part 2 EP.

Neither Florida Georgia Line nor Rexha have said much about their collaboration, but FGL's Brian Kelley confirmed the news on Twitter on Monday (June 19): He responded to a tweet by Music News & Rumors by re-tweeting their message and writing "Truth."

Both Florida Georgia Line and Rexha are no strangers to collaborations: She's been a guest on songs by David Guetta, G-Eazy and more, and FGL have worked with everyone from Tim McGraw to the Backstreet Boys. On their own albums, Kelly and duo partner Tyler Hubbard have worked with Jason Derulo (a remix of their song "This Is How We Roll"), Nelly (a remix of their single "Cruise) and McGraw ("May We All"), among others. Their collaboration with the Backstreet Boys, "God, Your Mama and Me," is in the Top 5 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart.

Florida Georgia Line also recently collaborated with pop / DJ duo the Chainsmokers: Their song together, "Last Day Alive," appears on the Chainsmokers' Memories … Do Not Open album.

Florida Georgia Line, recently announced as Country Jam 2018 headliners, are currently out on the road for their Smooth Tour. The trek features special guests Nelly and Chris Lane at all shows, and the Backstreet Boys at select stadium dates.

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