In terms of country's songs and singles, Florida Georgia Line were the band to beat over the course of the 2010s. Billboard has released their end-of-decade Hot Country Songs charts, and the superstar country duo appear in three of the decade's five top songs.

For the ten-year period, the song that spent the most time at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart was "Meant to Be," a duet between Florida Georgia Line and pop star Bebe Rexha that broke a number of chart records in 2017 and 2018. That song even beat out Sam Hunt's ubiquitous, record-breaking "Body Like a Back Road," which clocks in at No. 2 on the year-end chart.

Though FGL cede the No. 2 spot to Hunt, they quickly return to the chart with the No. 3 song of the decade, "Cruise." That song -- a collaboration with rapper Nelly -- earned the duo 24 weeks at No. 1 in 2012, and kicked off a series of crossovers for the duo with artists like the Chainsmokers and the Backstreet Boys.

Dan + Shay's "Tequila" makes an impressive outing on the year-end chart, too, coming in at No. 4. Still, Florida Georgia Line come back into the top 5 one more time with "H.O.L.Y.," a 2016 hit that came off their third studio album, Dig Your Roots.

The country duo are sprinkled into the rest of the decade's Top 20 best-selling songs, though nowhere are they are prevalent as they are in the Top 5. Throughout the decade, FGL's hits were massive: When one of their songs was popular, it was enormously, record-breaking-ly popular.

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