Florida Georgia Line and rapper Nelly took over the Good Morning America stage on Friday (May 26) to sing their collaborative song, "Cruise." As part of GMA's 2017 Summer Concert Series, the country duo and legendary rap star rocked the packed crowd in New York's Central Park with their signature hit.

Starting off with a hint of acapella on the first few notes, the guys launched into the uptempo track when the guitars and drums kicked in. FGL slid and strutted across the stage while singing their song to the excited audience, with Nelly jamming right along with them. The rapper then took over with his rap verse before all three of the guys joined together for the breakdown. And of course they had everyone singing along at the end, having the crowd take the last "hell of a lot better with you up in it" line.

FGL is just one of the country acts set to perform on GMA's Summer Concert Series. Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Eric Church and Dierks Bentley are all slated to take the early morning stage in New York throughout the summer.

The "H.O.L.Y" singers are about to embark on their massive 2017 Smooth Tour that brings Nelly out on the road with them for a number of dates. The Backstreet Boys will also make an appearance at a handful of stadium stops. Chris Lane serves as the official opening act for the duration of the tour.

The superstar duo are also set to open their new restaurant and entertainment venue, FGL House, on June 5 in downtown Nashville, just days before CMA Fest gets started on June 8. They'll take the stage at Nissan Stadium during the festival on Saturday (June 10).

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