Florida Georgia Line country duo overcome rumors of a rift
In their early days, FGL quickly encountered negative feedback, from steady criticism to outright mockery. Some critics couldn’t stand the way they incorporated pop, rock and hip-hop into their songs. Others blamed them for “ruining” modern country music. After the boom of “Cruise” in 2012, as well as follow-up singles like “Round Here” and “Get Your Shine On”, every studio in town tried to find their own FGL, advertising for a series of other artists whose music praises the virtues of beer, dirt roads and beautiful girls with long legs and tanned legs. But the duo experienced phenomenal sales and sold-out concerts, and built a business empire. Together, they try to ignore the haters.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/12/27/florida-georgia-line-rumors-together/ Florida Georgia Line country duo overcome rumors of a rift