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Tyler Hubbard Self-Titled Album Review

Tyler Hubbard is stepping into a chapter with his debut solo album, Tyler Hubbard. The self-titled record looks to show a more personal side to a beloved member of country music. No longer tied to Florida Georgia Line, Hubbard is ready to give fans more of himself.

The nine song album contains previously released tracks "Dancin' In The Country," "Me For Me," "35's," and "5 Foot 9." "5 Foot 9" has become an instant hit, not surprising given the energy behind the song. This album displays the same Hubbard everyone has known and loved, but here, his true personality is able to shine.

"Tough" proves to be the inspirational song on the project. "Whatever don't kill you makes you tough," declares Hubbard. That sentiment can resonate with anyone who listens. Even the production of the song calls for reflection. No matter the situation, real strength is found when life doesn't go someone's way. Hubbard is there to remind fans that they can get through anything.