Call them the “Cruise” guys if you’d like, but Florida Georgia Line‘s new Dig Your Roots album proves the duo’s story is deeper, darker and much more complex. In the face of criticism, they keep growing.
Florida Georgia Line still have swagger, and that really pisses some people off.
The act made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley mixed rock, hip-hop and Alan Jackson beginning with their breakout single “Cruise” from 2012’s Here’s to the Good Times (Republic Nashville). They were agents of change, and in country music, change goes down like warm beer.
Traditionalists think they shouldn’t be here — they don’t belong!…