Tyler Hubbard, half of the multi-Platinum duo Florida Georgia Line, has signed a recording contract with EMI Nashville, an imprint of UMG Nashville.
Hubbard has collaborated with several artists in the past year as a solo artist, namely Tim McGraw on “Undivided.” Now aligned with EMI Nashville, Hubbard will release a full solo project.
In March of 2021, Hubbard’s FGL partner Brian Kelley announced he had partnered with Warner Music Nashville for his solo music venture, Nashville South Records, Inc. He released his debut solo album, Sunshine State Of Mind, in June.
Despite rumors, the two have maintained that they are not breaking up, just pausing on recording new FGL music and spending their energy pursuing solo interests. Florida Georgia Line remains part of BMLG Records’ artist roster.
FGL is currently the subject of an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame, and will headline Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam in June. Many of Hubbard and Kelley’s business ventures are also intertwined, including Tree Vibez Music, their publishing company, and Old Camp, their whiskey brand.
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