Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Celebrates Birthday in Africa With Aboriginal Boogie


It seems that the love affair that Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and wife Hayley have with Africa has existed for as long as their relationship with each other. Since 2016, the couple has been virtually taking us along on their adventures via social media. It makes perfect sense that Tyler would choose to celebrate his 32nd birthday on the continent.

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In a post on his Instagram page, Tyler, who turned 32 on January 31, can be seen dancing around a raging bonfire while a choir of voices sing and clap in celebration. The country star finishes his aboriginal boogie with his familiar broad smile. He captions the photo: “My happy birthday Africa dance. #volumeup”

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My happy birthday Africa dance. #volumeup

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Tyler and Hayley have shown numerous pictures of their most recent trip to Africa, which is also baby Liv’s first adventure to the second largest continent on Earth.

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Florida Georgia Line has been busy teasing fans on their socials about new music, and they revealed a collaboration recorded with Jason Derulo called “Women.”

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In an Instagram post, they say, “It’s a song that puts women on a platform like they so deserve. “Women” is a tribute to all the women out there.. we wouldn’t be here without them Hope y’all love this one as much as we do.”

The song is the third single from their upcoming album, Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, scheduled for a February 19 release. Tyler and FGL partner Brian Kelley also have an extensive tour that kicks off in June and continues through September. The “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour” includes Dan + Shay, Morgan Wallen, Canaan Smith, and Hardy.