Florida Georgia Line thinks Bro Country is a term for the dudes dominating country?

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Florida Georgia Line has been fully aware of the fact they’re basically Bro Country gods and they’ve really owned it. In a recent interview with the Star Tribune, the duo opened up even more about their opinion of the term “bro country”

“It doesn’t really faze me much,” Hubbard said of the oft-dissed bro-country label. “I think it’s funny that there’s a name for it with dudes dominating country. I don’t think too much about it.”

And it gets better! When asked to respond to unscientific research that showed many commonly used phrases in Bryan’s songs — “girl,” “shake it,” “baby,” “country,” “lips,” “beer,” “truck”, Tyler’s response was gold.

Hubbard said, “That’s why those words are on our no-no list when we’re writing songs nowadays. I don’t study Luke Bryan songs that hard. If you’re doing that that hard, you’re not enjoying the music. Enjoy it for what it is. If you don’t like it, change the station.”

Only one small problem with that theory? If you change the station, you’d have to change it away from a country one!

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