Can't Say I Ain't Country - Florida Georgia Line

Can't Say I Ain't Country

Florida Georgia Line

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2019-02-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19
  • ℗ 2019 Big Machine Label Group, LLC

Can't Say I Ain't Country ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Tyler Got Him a Tesla (feat. B Florida Georgia Line 0:41
2
Can't Say I Ain't Country Florida Georgia Line 2:56
3
Simple Florida Georgia Line 3:05
4
Talk You Out of It Florida Georgia Line 3:22
5
All Gas No Brakes (feat. Broth Florida Georgia Line 0:46
6
Speed of Love Florida Georgia Line 2:33
7
Women (feat. Jason Derulo) Florida Georgia Line 3:31
8
People Are Different Florida Georgia Line 3:34
9
Told You Florida Georgia Line 3:59
10
Sack'a Puppies (feat. Brother Florida Georgia Line 0:40
11
Y'all Boys (feat. HARDY) Florida Georgia Line 2:33
12
Small Town Florida Georgia Line 3:16
13
Sittin' Pretty Florida Georgia Line 3:06
14
Catfish Nuggets (feat. Brother Florida Georgia Line 0:50
15
Can't Hide Red (feat. Jason Al Florida Georgia Line 3:02
16
Colorado Florida Georgia Line 2:57
17
Like You Never Had It Florida Georgia Line 2:58
18
Swerve Florida Georgia Line 3:21
19
Blessings Florida Georgia Line 3:16

Reviews

  • That's country

    5
    By kim is #1
    You guys should shut up there musics good hell yah
  • It's good

    4
    By Catsaregbetterthandogs
    I don't think people shouldn't be hating on this album as much as they are. Sure, it lost a step compared to dig your roots, but it isn't too bad.
  • I could do without “Brother Jervail”

    4
    By PNWJess
    And that’s exactly what I did. I deleted all the weird voicemail tracks from Brother Jervail. I’m still not entirely sure what the point of those tracks were. Regardless, I enjoy this album like all its predecessors. There’s nothing quite like a FGL playlist for summertime vibes. As far as the argument that “it isn’t country,” PBS recently aired a 6-part docuseries on country music. Country music is constantly evolving. That’s what makes it so special. Country music artists find new ways to relate to their own demographic. George Strait, Garth Brooks, Reba.... they represent the 80s and 90s and you’d be hard pressed to find them putting out a sound similar to Jason Aldean. When, why should they? That’s not their sound. Aldean and FGL appeal to the current country music climate which, no, is not the same as 20 years ago. And that’s OKAY! Without the label, good music is good music. Don’t like it, don’t listen to it. As for me, I’m still into Florida Georgia Line’s product.
  • Might not be country but come on...

    4
    By owenbbbbbb
    I know it’s not country and more pop but come on it’s really good. I get it, people want real country but then u should go listen to someone else.
  • Be quite if you don’t like em

    5
    By dgcxfvdzgcg hdx
    Simple and blessings is my favorite songs and talk you out of it
  • Addicted

    5
    By Hunter_Queen
    Wow, I can’t believe how much hate this album got because I absolutely loved it. I love older country music, Hank Williams Jonny Cash all them boys. But I also really LOVE FGL, they have revolutionized country music and have turned it into something SO amazing! Call it pop garbage but who cares!? All that matters is you enjoy the songs and I for one certainly do!😁
  • Song

    5
    By skzud
    Great!!!
  • FGL‘s Banger

    5
    By Johann Benavides
    This is really good
  • Blessings

    5
    By uuuu ghhhhhhh
    Amazing music
  • Sold Out

    1
    By Dguitarman18
    This band peaked in 2014.