Florida Georgia Line's newest album, Can't Say I Ain't Country, features a collaboration with Jason Aldean called "Can't Hide Red." At the 2019 ACM Awards on Sunday night (April 7), the two acts teamed up to debut the track at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Aldean kicked off the song performing on the B-stage in the crowd. The lights flashed red, white, and blue while they performed the song. The trio vocally sounded near perfect to their recording.

Tyler Hubbard stepped out in an American flag jacket and pants while Brian Kelley donned his signature hat along with blue jeans and vest.

During the performance, the camera panned to artists including Kelly Clarkson and Thomas Rhett all enjoying the song. After their song Hubbard and Kelley hopped into the audience with their red solo cups at hand.

Previously, the two acts have teamed up in a more behind-the-scenes way: Kelley and Hubbard co-wrote Aldean's 2014 hit “Burnin’ It Down," his 2016 song “Lights Come On" and, most recently, his single “You Make It Easy."

"'Can't Hide Red' is every redneck's anthem," Hubbard says. "We had so much fun recording that one. It kind of started off as a joke song to be honest, and then it turned into a rocker we couldn't not put on this album."

Hubbard adds that choosing Aldean as a featured artist on the song was a no-brainer: "We just had to call up one of our favorite redneck buddies and try to get him on the song. He heard it and was pumped about it and it's the perfect fit. He crushed this song, and it wouldn't be the same without him on it."

Florida Georgia Line Fans are Gonna Love This Morgan Wallen Performance: 

See More from the ACM Awards Red Carpet: