Dig Your Roots is Florida Georgia Line's third studio album that was released on August 26, 2016 by Big Machine and Big Loud Mountain.


  1. Smooth 2:51
  2. Dig Your Roots 3:35
  3. Life Is A Honeymoon (featuring Ziggy Marley) 3:05
  4. H.O.L.Y. 3:15
  5. Island 2:42
  6. May We All (featuring Tim McGraw) 3:47
  7. Summerland 3:00
  8. Lifer 4:27
  9. Good Girl, Bad Boy 3:53
  10. Wish You Were On It 3:06
  11. God, Your Mama, And Me (featuring Backstreet Boys) 3:04
  12. Music Is Healing 3:33
  13. While He's Still Around 2:56
  14. Grow Old 3:53
  15. Heatwave 3:15

Chart Performance[]

"Dig Your Roots" debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart with 145,000 units, of which 126,000 were pure album sales in its first week of release.

In its second week, it fell to number five on the Billboard 200 chart while moving an additional 42,000 units.

As of February 2018, the album has sold 444,300 copies. On August 7, 2017, it was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for combined sales and album-equivalent units of over a million units in the United States.

Critical Reception[]

Billy Dukes, writing for Taste of Country, juxtaposed the album to the band's first two albums, praising the diversity of the songs.

He wrote that "The evolution of Florida Georgia Line is fascinating. Had they tried to repeat the formula that made them headliners, they wouldn't have made it to album three. Kelley and Hubbard deserve credit for staying one step ahead of their fans and expectations.

Annie Reuter of Sounds Like Nashville also reviewed the album favorably, similarly praising the album's diversity, as well as the more mature themes, writing that "Florida Georgia Line showcase their maturity throughout Dig Your Roots but they never waver from what fans know and love about them. The party anthems and beach hangs remain, but so does their respect for their wives and their hopes to continue building a strong family. On Dig Your Roots, Hubbard and Kelley maintain the fun but also show a surprising depth that is more than welcomed."