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Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett Celebrate Hit Songs

NASHVILLE, Tn -- Country newcomers Florida Georgia Line are celebrating once again.  Their 3rd single Round Here joins the rank of their first two smash hits Cruise and Get Your Shine On. "There are so many memorable lines it ends up being one big hook" says Brian Kelley of the duo.

Fellow country newbie Thomas Rhett co wrote the song. He passed on recording it for his own album. but says the song ended up exactly where it was supposed to be. It just wasn't for me and I'm just glad to be be part of the tsunami FGL started into his business" says Rhett.

Rhett is  also celebrating as an artist for his smash single It Goes Like This. "I It was the 3rd single. I knew I needed a hit and a song that would connect with girls and in turn their boyfriends or husband would like it."

Thomas can't take credit for writing that one, hat goes to his dad, well known Nashville songwriter Rhett Atkins, who says he never pushed the music business on his son and intentionally chose not to write with him in the beginning of his career. "We wanted him to be his own songwriter, we didn't want people to think your dad wrote this whole song."

A lot of talent is packed into this one party, for two songs, with two different  Nashville success stories. "All the credit goes to God. I stand out there some nights and wonder how this is happening." says Thomas.
"This is something that doesn't happen often. Gonna soak it all in" says Brian Kelley.