Florida Georgia Line Shrugs Off Grammy Snub

FGL’s focus is the fans.

photo by Justin Mrusek/BMLG

The song “Cruise” has gotten Florida Georgia Line a bucket of nominations and awards, but the Grammys completely shut the duo out of this year’s show.

No matter, FGL’s Tyler Hubbard tells the Toronto Sun.

“Grammys don’t meant a ton to us,” Tyler said, shrugging off the snub. The focus of Florida Georgia Line is always on the fans. “We care more about the fans and what they have to say.”

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