Can't Say I Ain't Country is Florida Georgia Line's fourth studio album that was released on February 15, 2019 by Big Machine.
- Tyler Got Him A Tesla (skit) (featuring Brother Jervel)
- Can't Say I Ain't Country
- Talk You Out Of It
- All Gas No Brakes (skit) (featuring Brother Jervel)
- Speed Of Love
- Women (featuring Jason Derulo)
- People Are Different
- Told You
- Sack'a Puppies (skit) (featuring Brother Jervel)
- Y'all Boys (featuring Hardy)
- Small Town
- Sittin' Pretty
- Catfish Nuggets (skit) (featuring Brother Jervel)
- Can't Hide Red (featuring Jason Aldean)
- Like You Never Had It
Tyler Hubbard told Entertainment Tonight: "We've been working on that album for over a year now, so BK and I are definitely ready."
On the sound of the album, he remarked: "A lot of the music is just kind of a throwback -- an FGL take on kind of what we grew up on, '90s country. It's a well-rounded album. We got stuff we wrote and recorded just for the live show. We got some collaborations with Jason Derulo, Jason Aldean. So, there's a little bit of everything."
"Can't Say I Ain't Country" debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200, giving the duo their fourth US top-five album.
The album entered with 50,000 album-equivalent units, including 29,000 pure album sales. As of July 2019, it has sold 87,100 copies in the United States.
At Metacritic, "Can't Say I Ain't Country" has an average score of 61 based on 4 reviews (indicating "generally favorable reviews").
Allmusic wrote that the album is a "successful blend of the cosmopolitan and country, sounding as assured on soulful slow jams and percolating crossover pop as it does on the breakneck twang of "Y'all Boys," a duet with their protégé HARDY."
Exclaim wrote that "Even though, their unique music production always nudges musical boundaries, Can't Say I Ain't Country attempts to knock down musical barriers by affixing a fresh glow on past country music trends."
Rolling Stone called it "an uneven record that leaves country’s most irreverent hitmakers sounding needlessly cautious."