Florida Georgia Line, Ed Sheeran ‘Both Want’ to Collaborate
By Annie Reuter
Not much is known about Florida Georgia Line‘s forthcoming record Anything Goes, due out Oct. 14, but in a new interview with Ed Sheeran the singer hints that a collaboration with the country duo could be on the way.
According to USA Today, Sheeran said Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of FGL have reached out to the British singer.
“We haven’t discussed it further than a conversation, but it’s something we both want to happen,” he said.
This wouldn’t be the first time Sheeran has teamed up with a country artist. After opening for Taylor Swift on her Red tour, he and Swift released their duet “Everything Has Changed.”
His collabs don’t stop there, though. British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware just released a song they both worked on called “Say You Love Me” and Christina Perri‘s latest album Head or Heart also features a duet with Sheeran called “Be My Forever.”
While Perri admitted that both she and Sheeran don’t sing many happy songs, we’re thinking FGL can change this if they team up with the British singer-songwriter.
Florida Georgia Line’s sophomore album Anything Goes will be released on Oct. 14.