Breaking Boundaries: Mapping 2017's Unlikely Country Collabs
In 2017, country spread its wings further than ever before with artists collaborating across genre lines. The surprising duets were plenty -- as were the hits.
The Chainsmokers & Florida Georgia Line
Though the Memories...Do Not Open track “Last Day Alive” is not yet a single, Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley said, “[It] turned out just like we wanted it to.”
Miley Cyrus & Dolly Parton
Cyrus and her godmother didn’t jointly record “Rainbowland” (evidenced by Parton’s voicemails on the song), but they did write it together.
Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line
Backstreet Boys & Florida Georgia Line
Niall Horan & Maren Morris
Morris joined her 2018 tourmate for Flicker’s sole collaboration, “Seeing Blind.”
Paisley included two Timbaland features on his album Love and War: “Grey Goose Chase” and “Solar Power Girl.”
Alesso, Hailee Steinfeld & Florida Georgia Line
“Let Me Go” made its live debut at the American Music Awards -- the first time Swedish DJ Alesso ever met FGL.