Jason Aldean is using one of Florida Georgia Line's songs for his upcoming album, which will be his fifth.
In an interview the duo, made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, recently spoke about their song, "Black Tears," that is being used on Aldean's new album.
"It's pretty exciting," Hubbard said. "It's an old song for us. It's on our old EP and it's been around for years, actually. We wrote that a long time ago. It's just wild the way it happened. Basically, Jason Aldean found the song randomly, before we had a publishing deal. It was just a crazy not-supposed-to-happen-this-way kind of way that it happened."
"Black Tears" was written by Hubbard and Canaan Smith, another newcomer to the country scene.
"Brian helped tweak it a little bit throughout us playing it, but [Canaan and I] wrote it probably about three years ago," Hubbard revealed. "It's become a FGL song just through evolution."
Aldean is now finished in the studio for preparation for his fifth album. His last album, My Kinda Party, was released in November 2012.
by RTT Staff Writer
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