Meghan Trainor’s 2015 debut album Title, was released on January 9, featuring her upbeat, soulful sound and well-tuned style. The talented 21 year old known for the catchy “All About That Bass”. Write songs for world famous musicians since he was still in highschool. Equally impressive, Trainor can play guitar, ukulele, and percussion, reflected in the mixture of sounds—gum meets rap meets Caribbean.
Expect cliffhanger lyrics and wit Title. One moment Trainor is singing a poetic song, the next she’s spouting words like “tool,” “swagger,” and “hater,” making you feel like she’s as real as your friends at the college party. With effortless courage and a clear sense of self-worth, her beats are energetic, but she can even sing ballads.
In the songs, you will hear about the night you did the “Walk of Shame”, a letter to a friend asking her to dump a boyfriend who wasn’t good for her (“No Good For You”), and the twisty feelings you got . when the person you dislike comes out nice and with a new “boo” (“Credits”).
Meghan Trainor’s album proved that while “All About that Bass” was her number one single, there were more #1s waiting on the way. After all, only on one day after Title drop, Ellen congratulated Trainor on reaching a #1 album on Billboard 200a feat that only 12 other female artists in history have pulled off a #1 song concurrently.
For fans who like every kind of music, Title is the perfect landing spot for raw, uninhibited fun.