Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha Took Their Pop-Country Smash “Meant To Be” to James Corden

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Florida Georgia Line didn’t plan for their pop-crossover collaboration, “Meant To Be,” with Bebe Rexha to hit country radio. But, after racking up 80 million streams globally, it kind of had to happen.

“Some of the coolest moments for us have been the ones we never planned. Going into the writing session that day in LA, we had no idea that it would turn into this,” shares FGL’s Tyler Hubbard. “Seeing how the fans are connecting to the vibe and message of ‘Meant to Be’ has been really amazing.”


FGL’s Brian Kelley adds, “Our passion is our craft, every step along the way from the songwriting, to recording, to hearing our music over the airwaves. And, to know that our fans have been requesting this song and we can now share it with everyone is meant-to-be on a whole new level.”

And what comes after country radio? An appearance on “The Late Late Show,” of course.

Hubbard co-wrote the laid-back jam with Rexha, Josh Miller and David Garcia in sunny California. T

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