Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, the two college friends who formed the popular country duo Florida Georgia Line, have been enjoying a meteoric rise to superstar fame since their first 2012 studio album Here's To The Good Times.
On Wednesday night the pair scored another victory at the 2014 CMT Music Awards, taking home two trophies; The Duo Video Of The Year award for their Round Here music video, and one for Collaborative Video Of The Year for their work with Luke Bryan on the This Is How We Role video.
"It's kind of a whirlwind, but we're enjoying it," Hubbard told ET on the CMT Music Awards red carpet before the show. "We don't like to get bored, so it works out good for us. We like to stay busy. 100 miles an hour, all day, every day."
Currently, Florida Georgia Line is getting busy working on new music. But will their second studio album feature the kinds of successful collaborations that have worked so well for other country artists recently?
"We're not really sure yet," Hubbard revealed. "We're only halfway through it. We're just waiting it out to see what happens. But I'm sure there will be somebody on there that nobody will expect. We'll see what happens."
Check out the video for more from the wildly popular country duo on gearing up to create new songs.