A follow-up to Meghan Trainor’s brilliant debut album, Title, is slated to land on May 13. The album, titled “Thank You” is an ode to the fans who supported Meghan since her breakout smash hit, “All About That Bass.”
Following the release of the album’s lead single, No, and a slew of countless other tracks, Trainor debuts “Me Too,” the album’s official second single.
Like most of the other singles release this era, Me Too rigs of over-confidence (in a really good way). “If I was you, i’d wanna be me too, I’d wanna be more »
Meghan Trainor’s eagerly-anticipated sophomore album is due out in May.
Whilst fans wait, Trainor has gifted them with two fantastic songs, one of which is the album’s lead single, the nostalgic No.
Today, Trainor upped the number of songs lifted off the album, debuting “Better,” featuring famed American rapper, Yo Gotti.
Not very far off from her previously releases, Better is yet another bop from her repertoire of solid pop gems infused with elements of R&B, certain to stand the test of time. Listen below!
It’s finally here.
The highly-anticipated lead single off Meghan Trainor’s sophomore effort, titled “No”, is here and it is..
The track, which serves as the lead single off Trainor’s upcoming album Thank You, was produced by Wallpaper, who produced hits such as Fifth Harmony’s “BO$$” and Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty”.
“No” was released via Epic Records on March 4th, along with the pre-order of Trainor’s sophomore album.
Listen to “No” below!
Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor took the pop industry by surprise with the release of her #1 album Title, and hits such as “Lips Are Movin’” and “All About That Bass”.
Today, the 22-year old took to Instagram to share the album cover of her long-anticipated sophomore album, Thank You. The album’s lead single, titled “No”, will be available for purchase tonight along with the album pre-order.
Read Meghan’s statement below.
#THANKYOU to all the fans that supported me for so long. Thank you to my family and friends who believed in me since day more »
This is exciting! Meghan Trainor has just revealed the title of the first single off her forthcoming sophomore album, tentatively titled Thank You.
The single is titled “No,” but don’t let that title deceive you because according to a recent Meghan interview, we could potentially have another ‘All About That Bass’ on our hands. Yep, you read that right.
Speaking on her new single, the princess of relatable music stated, “It’s a big anthem for ladies about telling a dude, ‘Nah, I’m good—I’m out here on my own, and I’m good with more »
2015 has been one of the most exciting years in music in recent years. Every month saw the release of at least one fantastic album, many of which went unnoticed.
Thinking about it, it’s crazy that in one year alone, Justin Bieber, One Direction, Lana Del Rey, The Weeknd, Adele, all released albums.
As the end of the year is near, Trendio’s editors narrowed the albums that made quite the impression, one certain to last way beyond 2015.
Check out our picks for ’15 Best Albums of 2015′ below and be sure to drop a line, more »
We haven’t heard much from Who Is Fancy since the decline of his debut single, Goodbye.
Months after he released his true identity, the Arkansas-born singer enlists two of pop’s biggest stars, Meghan Trainor and Ariana Grande for “Boys Like You.”
We’re impressed. Not only is this a strong followed up to his debut, it is proof that there’s so much more greatness instilled in Who Is Fancy.
Sure, this song could have been just as good without them but Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor add a tint of sassitude (sass + more »