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Tim McGraw Wish Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard a Happy Birthday

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Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard have quite the bromance going on ever since their new single. Now McGraw is wishing the one-half of Florida Georgia Line a happy birthday.

The “Humble and Kind” singer is using his social media platform to tell Hubbard happy birthday.

“Happy birthday @tylerhubbard…. hope this year is your best one yet!!” McGraw writes.

He then shares a photo of him and Hubbard from their “Undivided” performance on the inauguration special. The pair sang their new song from Nashville for “Celebrating America.”

Fans take to the comments to wish Hubbard well wishes as well as he makes another trip around the sun. The FGL member is turning 34-years-old.

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The song “Undivided” has been well-received by country music fans. So much so that McGraw shares how much it’s actually loved.

He posted on Twitter:,“Most added song at country radio this week… thanx to everyone believing in this message!!”

Tyler Hubbard shared his thoughts on writing the tune.

“I wrote this song and immediately thought of Tim McGraw. We had such a great time with FGL’s ‘May We All,’ we felt like this was the next chapter,” Hubbard said, according to The Boot.

“The reason I got excited about this song — you know, we have an album out and music out and everything, but when a song comes along and somebody like Tyler, who’s a good friend of mine and who I think’s a really good person, sends over a song that’s so timely and feels like sort of a bomb that we sort of need on our world right now, it’s pretty much a no-brainer to just to step in and raise your hand and say, ‘Yeah, I’ll do it,'” McGraw said.

Hubbard touches on the topic that “Undivided” is a track that we need right now. The single shares a powerful message of unity.

“At this time in history, it just feels like this song is perfectly speaking to our world and what we all need right now,” Hubbard explains. “And what we need to hear personally, you know? It’s also an accountability thing for us: It’s, ‘Hey, if we’re gonna sing this and this is our message, we’ve gotta live up to this.’ We’ve gotta look around and love people; we’ve gotta let God be in control and lead us.”