Country music is a genre that loves taking common subjects and creating unique takes/spins on those subjects.

Love songs are arguably the most common subject out there. It's always great to get unique takes on a relationship and that's exactly what sets apart the new Matt Stell, "Man Made."

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Stell released "Man Made" towards the end of the spring this year and the song talks about how men wouldn't have accomplished the things they have, without the woman in their life.

The hook goes, "if a man made anything it's 'cause, a woman made that man."

The song was written by Brett Sheroky and Ian Christian and is currently climbing at country radio, approaching the top 40.

Stell joined the "Nine O'clock News" this week and talked about "Man Made," along with his two number one smashes, "Prayed for You and "Everywhere but On."

Stell is an Arkansas native and had a fascinating journey to his record deal. He had a medical mission to Haiti and later applied to Harvard University's Extension School part-time pre-med program. He was accepted but two months before he was slated to leave for the northeast, he would turn to the music industry and found his way to Wide Open Music Publishing in Nashville and then to RECORDS Nashville, landing a recording contract.

Listen below to Stell as this week's featured guest on the "Nine O'clock News."

You can hear his current single "Man Made" on the 'Nine O'clock News' tomorrow morning just after 9 am on WYRK.

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