Florida Georgia Line is climbing the charts with “Talk You Out of It,” but they've dropped another new song and video from their upcoming album. It's called "Women," and they've reteamed with buddy Jason Derulo on the song, which was co-written by Brian Kelley, Tyler Hubbard, Derulo, David Garcia, and Josh Miller.
FGL shared a clip of the video on Instagram writing, "It was such an honor to have @jasonderulo on this one. It's a song that puts women on a platform like they so deserve. 'Women' is a tribute to all the women out there.. we wouldn't be here without them Hope y'all love this one as much as we do."
Derulo wrote on social media, "Writing "Women" with @floridageorgialine was one of those days I'll never forget. This one is a celebration of every mother, daughter, sister and lover that make our lives worth living. Where would we be without the women in our lives???"
Florida Georgia Line loves to collaborate with different artists from country to pop to rap, and they say a lot of that is just about socializing and meeting people at opportune moments. Brian explains: [“Sometimes it’s managers, but I mean it’s the events like the awards shows and the after parties and the pre-parties. You just kind of start networking man, you just kind of feel the vibes out and you make friends more than anything I think. And then from the friendship comes creativity and just kind of get together and holler at somebody.”] SOUNDCUE (:14 OC: . . . holler at somebody.)
“Women” is available now at all digital retailers. It will also be featured on FGL's fourth studio album, Can't Say I Ain't Country, due out on February 15th.
The video was filmed in Los Angeles at NightBird Recording Studios.
FGL previously teamed up with Derulo on the 2014 remix of "This Is How We Roll," which also featured Luke Bryan.