Caylee Hammack & Reba McEntire Team Up For Song About Redheads

Caylee Hammack, Reba McEntire / Facebook

Country music performer and Georgia native, Caylee Hammack recently dropped a song accompanied by a music video called “Redhead.” One of the best parts about the song is that it features vocals from the one and only Reba McEntire.

Released on Friday, June 26, 2020, the song was co-written by Hammack, Trent Dabbs, and Natalie Hemby.

The song starts out with heavy drums and a guitar riff that immediately captures the listener’s attention, before Hammack’s powerful vocals take over.

The music video was shot in a trailer and centers around a younger version of Hammack causing mayhem while her parents struggle with trying to raise her.

In an interview with CMT, Hammack talked about why the music video for “Redhead” means so much to her.

“This video brings to light the electric joy of a young, fiery child and also let me tell a part of my family’s story. We went on a mad search to find a trailer that felt like ours back home but not in as bad of disrepair as ours is now. I desperately wanted it to feel like home did. And it did. As soon as I walked onto set in the living room, I knew that we had made a right choice.”

Nominated for ACM β€œNew Female Artist Of The Year” and β€œMusic Event Of The Year,” Hammack has a new album on the way that will premiere August 14, 2020.

Watch the music video for “Redhead” below.