“God, Your Mama, and Me” (with Backstreet Boys)
Florida Georgia Line
Written by Josh Kear, Hillary Lindsey, and Gordie Sampson
To participate in a Florida Georgia Line record is to voluntarily lower yourself so you can fit in with them.
Backstreet Boys can sing. Florida Georgia Line cannot. So to make them fit together, the vocals of both acts are autotuned to the point that they sound like they have the same level of talent.
I suppose the presence of the Backstreet Boys should be where I focus my criticism, but it’s really hard to muster up outrage for their presence on a mainstream country record when I once heard Tammy Wynette duet with the Chipmunks.
Quite frankly, I’d rather listen to Backstreet Boys than to Florida Georgia Line. At least “I Want it That Way” was a great pop record. “God, Your Mama, and Me” is a terrible one.