Backstreet Boys Joined Forces With Florida Georgia Line For Unforgettable Song Debut


The Backstreet Boys are back, alright! The iconic nineties boyband joined Florida Georgia Line onstage at their show in Nashville Oct. 13 for a performance that won’t be soon forgotten. 

The country music duo had various surprises up their sleeves for their Nashville fans, but the highlight of the night was definitely the concert debut of Dig Your Roots track “God, Your Mama and Me” with featured collaborators none other than the Backstreet Boys. 

Their newest ballad is a sensitive song of devotion professing their unconditional love for their partner. Hubbard shares lead vocals with Nick Carter while the rest of the gang layered harmonies making for an overall epic performance. 

FGL aren’t shy about their Backstreet Boys influence, even sharing during their iHeartRadio Music Festival performance that Brian Kelley’s first concert and Tyler Hubbard’s first CD were both that of the famed boyband. After much discussion on the matter of their shared Backstreet Boys obsession, Kelley arrived at the conclusion, “So pretty much, we’re the Backstreet Boys?” before the boyband ran onstage for a performance of one of their biggest hits “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).”

You can watch the unforgettable performance in the video below!

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