Florida Georgia Line have a new collaboration in mind, and this time they've set their sights on John Mayer.

"Our kind of M.O. on collaboration is when the time is right and when the song is right," FGL singer Tyler Hubbard shared with Entertainment Tonight. "We love writing with all kinds of artists... Whether the song turns into anything or not, we always try to learn from other artists and we just love that approach, but when the magic happens you can't kind of stop it."

Mayer recently co-wrote "I Just Remembered That I Didn't Care" with Chris Stapleton. The duo performed the newly written song during Mayer's tour stop in Nashville in August of 2019.

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FGL have collaborated with a number of non-country artists over the years including Bebe Rexha, Nelly, the Backstreet Boys, Ziggy Marley, Hailee Steinfeld, the Chainsmokers and Jason Derulo, among others. Most recently, they worked with pop singer-songwriter and actress Tayla Parx on a new song titled "Fight."

Hubbard and Brian Kelley say they've written 96 songs during their Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour, and when the subject of collaborations came up, they reported that "stuff is in the works." The duo recently confirmed that they are working on their fifth studio album.

The duo were surprised at their final tour stop in Irvine, Calif., with the Academy of Country Music Breakout Artist of the Decade award, ACM Single of the Decade for "Cruise" and ACM Music Event of the Decade for their collaboration with Rexha on "Meant to Be."

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