JAKE OWEN’S SINGLE “MADE FOR YOU” ARRIVES AT COUNTRY RADIO TODAY (5/18)

JAKE OWEN’S SINGLE “MADE FOR YOU” ARRIVES AT COUNTRY RADIO TODAY (5/18)

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Multi-platinum entertainer Jake Owen’s new single “Made For You” arrives on Country radio airwaves today (5/18). “Made For You” is the follow up to Owen’s eighth career #1 song “Homemade,” chart-topping smash “I Was Jack (You Were Diane),” and his Platinum-certified, ACM-nominated hit “Down To The Honkytonk.” Listen to “Made For You” HERE.

Written by Benjy Davis, Joey Hyde and Neil Medley, the powerful ballad about life and love has garnered an impressive 41 Million streams to date. MusicRow praises it as, “…a romantic expression from a guy who still has plenty to give us…” while Billboard touts the song’s lyrics, turning “…life moments into a more poetic approach…” Instantly a fan-favorite, Owen previously introduced the song to a nationwide audience with a heartfelt performance of “Made For You” on ABC’s “The Bachelorette.”

Breaking the news across social media first, Owen shared, “I couldn’t be more excited to announce ‘Made For You,’ this song has been so special to me and many others. I’m excited to finally hear it on the radio.”

“Each line — ‘Water towers are made for hearts and names/Friday nights are made for football games’ — is really powerful, and it hits everybody in a unique way. And everyone has somebody that they feel like they were made for,” he added in a recent interview with Billboard.

“Made For You” is the fourth single off Owen’s critically-acclaimed album GREETINGS FROM…JAKE (Big Loud Records) following “Homemade,” which topped charts across North America, marking his eighth career #1 in the U.S., and his sixth #1 in Canada. GREETINGS FROM…JAKE takes Owen back to his traditional country influences and his Floridian roots. GREETINGS FROM…JAKE amassed an impressive 600 Million+ streams, and was featured by NBC’s “Today,” ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and People.com shared, “Owen has let his inner Merle come out to play…” Continuing the praise,  Billboard dubbed it “…country-grounded odyssey,” The Tennessean lauded, ‘…the album drips steel guitar and hit country songs…” and Sounds Like Nashville called it “…a breath of fresh air…”

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