Jerrod Niemann had us shook earlier this year when he dropped his new single “God Made A Woman.” The track was much different from what we have previously heard from him, having less instrumentals and more of a pure sound.
A delicate and dignified ballad of old-school commitment, “God Made A Woman” is backed by orchestral strings, pedal steel, and Niemann’s passionate vocal, a revealing first look at the Curb Records hitmaker’s upcoming fourth studio album.
“This is absolutely no doubt the best music I’ve ever been a part of,” Niemann told us exclusively during our interview at Country Radio Seminar back in February. “Finding these songs and writing some of them, I realize how lucky I am to be a part of them. Really, really, really spent the time to make sure they were dressed properly.”
Calling out “God Made A Woman” as his favorite song he’s ever recorded, Niemann shared that he is most excited for people to take in the message behind the song.
“When I got married a couple of years ago to my wife Morgan, I learned more and more that the world is a much better place when the weight of the world is on two sets of shoulders. Really God’s greatest gift is women. Without them, the world can’t go around, for obviously many reasons, but I love this song because it’s the reality of my life right now and it’s the saving grace of women. It’s a very special song to me.”
Jerrod’s fourth studio album, co-produced with Jimmie Lee Solas, will be released later this year.
Check out the music video for “God Made A Woman” below…