Florida Georgia Line are dipping their toes into the pop pool yet again, the time in a collaboration with Bebe Rexha on her forthcoming EP, All Your Fault: Part 2.

The info was confirmed when FGL's Brian Kelley responded to a tweet by Music News & Rumors that read "Bebe Rexha will release a song titled 'Meant to Be' featuring Florida Georgia Line on her upcoming EP, All Your Fault: Pt. 2. Kelley simply responded with a quoted retweet that read, "Truth."

Rexha is well known for her collaborations — she's all over the charts, guesting on songs from David Guetta and G-Eazy — and Florida Georgia Line have been known to collaborate with stars outside of their genre, too, beginning with 2013's remix of "Cruise" featuring Nelly, which later spawned a remix of "This Is How We Roll" with Jason Derulo. Since then, the country duo have worked with the Backstreet Boys on their recent country crossover smash "God, Your Mama, and Me," which currently sits at No. 5 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

FGL also performed "Last Day Alive" with the Chainsmokers on the June 7 CMT Music Awards in Nashville. The performance took place at the Country Jam 2018 headliners' new Nashville bar-restaurant, FGL House, which FGL singer Tyler Hubbard referenced during the TV airing.

The crossover game seems to have worked for Kelley and Hubbard, who have landed 10 No. 1 songs on Billboard's Country Airplay chart in their relatively short run in country music. Their biggest single — and best-selling country digital single of all time — "Cruise," from their debut album Here's to the Good Times, also reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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