Florida Georgia Line have been busy prepping for their fourth studio album, which already features two collaborations with Jason Derulo and Jason Aldean. But the duo are always on the lookout for new people to work with, and they always have eyes on Bruno Mars and Rihanna.

"We've said this a lot lately, but Bruno Mars would be somebody that’d be amazing to spend a couple of days with in the studio and try to create something from nothing," the duo's Brian Kelley says. "I think Rihanna would be cool. That’d be interesting. Be cool to hear our voices together."

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Florida Georgia Line have incorporated artists from other genres since we met them ("Cruise" remix with Nelly, anyone?), so an interest in blending styles should come as no shock.

"I think every time we go to an awards show, especially out of the country genre, BK and I are always, 'That’d be cool to do a song with them or that’d be awesome to do a song with them,'" FGL's Tyler Hubbard adds. "You know, there’s so many talented artists out there. It’s pretty unreal."

Look for "Can't Hide the Red" (feat. Jason Aldean) and "Women" (their new Jason Derulo collab) on the duo's Can't Say I Ain't Country album, out Feb. 15.

Florida Georgia Line's latest single, "Talk You Out of It," is the first sampling of new music to come, and they'll play it live when the Can't Say I Ain't Country Tour launches this June with support from Dan + Shay and "Up Down" collaborator Morgan WallenCanaan Smith and Hardy will appear in select cities.

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