Florida Georgia Line and Jason Derulo are teasing fans with a collaboration that is set to drop on Friday (Feb. 1).

The superstar country-pop duo turned to social media in the early morning hours on Thursday (Jan. 31) to post clips of a new song, telling fans it was coming on Friday. A longer clip on Instagram includes somber piano chords and a wordless falsetto vocal part:

"Got something pretty special headed y’alls way. Made this with one of our best friends," the duo write to accompany the clip.

Derulo also shared the same clip to  his own Instagram with a similar message, writing, "Got a special new song comin' out Friday with some of my best friends."

According to the track listing for FGL's upcoming fourth studio album, Can't Say I Ain't Country, the duo collaborated with Derulo on a song titled "Women." They previously worked with Derulo on a remix of "This Is How We Roll," their hit collab with Luke Bryan.

Can't Say I Ain't Country also features a collaboration with Jason Aldean on a song titled "Can't Hide the Red," and Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley also worked with Hardy on another track, "Y'all Boys."

"Simple" was released as the lead single in advance of the new album, and it reached No. 1. FGL have also shared two other songs, "Colorado" and "People Are Different," and released a second radio single, "Talk You Out of It."

Can't Say I Ain't Country is set for release on Feb. 15. The project is currently available for pre-order.

Florida Georgia Line recently earned their first Grammy Awards nomination for their collaboration with Bebe Rexha on "Meant to Be."

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