Caylee Hammack Learns from Her Ex on the Groovy ‘Preciatcha’

The up-and-coming country songstress celebrates the lessons learned from an ex on her new single.

Written by Drew Pearce
Caylee Hammack Learns from Her Ex on the Groovy ‘Preciatcha’
Caylee Hammack; Photo courtesy of The GreenRoom

Coming hot off the heels of “Family Tree” and “Just Friends,” Nashville newcomer Caylee Hammack released her latest R&B-inspired song “Preciatcha.”

“Mama always said broken hearts are a blessing, and every hand you hold holds one hell of a lesson,” Hammack sings over a smooth, relaxed beat. She then ascends into a soaring, triumphant chorus that celebrates everything she learned from her experience with a past love, effortlessly creating country music’s answer to Ariana Grande’s mega-hit “Thank U, Next.”

“My mother once told me that every hand you hold is a lesson or a blessing,” the Georgia native said in a press release. “If you find good love, hold onto it. If you find something else by accident, learn from what you must from that experience and move on. ‘Preciatcha is about finding a silver lining in a storm. It’s my song for the broken hearts that deserved better but didn’t get it.”

 Hammack co-wrote and co-produced the track with Laura Veltz and Jordan Schmidt.

Fans can catch the fiery redhead out on the road on dates all through October. Visit her website for more information.