Country duo Florida Georgia Line finds divine inspiration in the new Justin Bieber album Getty Images
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Attention all Florida Georgia Line fans — you may hear some influence from Justin Bieber on the duo’s upcoming third album.

FGL’s Tyler Hubbard took to Instagram to declare himself “officially a #Belieber.” The country star posted a picture of the Beib’s new album, “Purpose,” and called the title track “anointed.”

I'm officially a #belieber … This song is anointed. It's cool watching a boy become a man. #music=healing

A photo posted by Tyler Hubbard (@thubbmusic) on Nov 23, 2015 at 5:08pm PST


Hubbard continued, “It’s cool watching a boy become a man. #music=healing.”

Bieber’s song, “Promise,” is written as a prayer as the pop superstar puts his heart in God’s hands and thanks God for giving him purpose. You can listen here.

Florida Georgia Line is in the middle of recording their upcoming third studio album, which should be out in spring 2016. In a recent Billboard interview, Hubbard said they were singing each song about 500 times to make sure they’re getting it right.

Their latest single, “Confession,” is the fifth and final single from their sophomore album, “Anything Goes.” That project earned the duo two trophies at the 2015 American Music Awards.


Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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