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- Song Name: May We All
- Artist Name / Band Name: Florida Georgia Line
- Featuring: Tim McGraw
- Produced By: Joey Moi
- Album Name: Dig Your Roots
- Release Date: July 15, 2016
- Genre: Country
- Record Label: Republic Nashville
- Written By: Rodney Clawson, Jamie Moore
- Performance: Peaked at No. 2
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Florida Georgia Line – May We All ft. Tim McGraw Review
The Florida Georgia Line duo come back to the center stage with their newest entrant – May We All, after sourcing large audiences from their previous hit single “H.O.L.Y”
Albeit the negative criticism regarding Bro-country going on around ears lately, FGL has made a significant impact in combating those queries with lyrically sound and impressive songs.
Like previously, May We All sits as the second single from the duo’s third studio album Dig Your Roots(August 26, 2016). The single features the vocals of fellow country musician Tim McGraw.
The single saw release on July 19, 2016 through the label Republic Nashville.
While, I myself not am not keen on country music. Rodney Clawson and Jamie Moore, the writers of the single however deserve praise for their strong originality, brought out as cleanly and honestly as possible.
Over the years, Clawson has been one of the famous and iconic writers out of Nashville and stressed his opinion on how everyone should experience the life of a small town.
We don’t deny Clawson ability because for us; the song proves it solid lyrical stance.
On the contrast from H.O.L.Y, May We All allures to FGL’s core audience. For a more country themed production.
On the charts, we found ‘May We All’ debuting at No.27 on the Hot country songs charts, and since then has reached to No.7, selling almost 100k plus copies until now. So far currently, the song sits on No.60 on the billboard Hot 100 chart, while reaching No.23 on the Country Airplay chart.
Bringing in some fresh country vibe with a solid nostalgic remembrance is what May We All is all about.
The vocals are clear and crystal, perfectly complementing the lyrics of real-life childhoods of two song writers and their experiences. “May we all get to grow up in our red, white and blue little town”
The intensity is carried out with a good progression throughout the song, with decent highs and lows for a smooth and absorbing composition.
All in all, a decent song with an earnest central message. A music video premiered on August 2016, which showcased the duo in a dramatic racing inspired music video.