Florida Georgia Line are putting the final touches on their fourth studio album, and the duo promise at least one special collaboration. During an interview with Y108's Broadway's Backyard, FGL's Tyler Hubbard reveals that one new track features Jason Aldean.

"You know what, as of last week, we did one with ... we got Aldean to sing one with us," Hubbard says, sharing the news. But that's the only collaboration that is set in stone right now.

"It's a really cool song. We know he's going to be on there. We don't have anybody else locked down. We're still waiting for the right opportunities," he adds. "We don't like to force that. Just kind of wait and see what happens. We're really excited about the song we did with him. It sounds awesome."

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Of course, FGL and Aldean have worked together before — more than once, actually. Hubbard and FGL's Brian Kelley wrote Aldean's current single, "You Make It Easy," with Morgan Wallen and Jordan Schmidt, also putting ink down for Aldean's 2014 chart topper "Burnin' It Down" with Rodney Clawson and Chris Tompkins.

Hubbard stayed mum on the specifics of the album release date, but did share that a new single will be ready for a summer release.

"I'm not sure on the date, exactly, but sometime late this summer we'll probably put one out, and we'll get it going," Hubbard tells Broadway. "We're really, really excited and putting some final things on the mixes and trying to make them as special as possible. They're coming together really nice and we can't wait for the world to hear it."