"Lips Are Movin"

"I’ll Be Home (Christmas EP)"

"All About That Bass"


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#LikeImGonnaLoseYouVideo Out Now!

Meghan’s new video for “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” featuring John Legend is here! Watch it now on VEVO:Β

Meghan Trainor Nominated For 9 BBMAs!

Meghan has been nominated for 9 Billboard Music Awards this year! Vote here to help Meghan win the Billboard Chart Achievement Award!

Meghan Announces The MTRAIN Tour!

This morning Meghan stopped by the TODAY Show to announce The MTRAIN Tour! Watch here!

Get TITLE for $6.99 on iTunes!

Meghan’s new album TITLE is only $6.99 this week as a part of iTunes Valentine’s Day special! Do you have your copy yet?

TITLE Debuts At #1 On Billboard!

Meghan’s new album TITLE has officially debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200! This makes Meghan the 13th female artist in history to debut with a #1 song & album. Read the full article on!

TITLE Out Now!

Meghan’s debut album is out now! Get your copy of TITLE on iTunes!

Grammy Nominations

Congrats to Meghan on her Grammy Nominations for Record of the Year and Song of the Year!

Welcome to Meghan’s New Site!


Meghan Trainor

β€œAll About That Bass”


When she was still in high school, singer/songwriter Meghan Trainor landed a deal with a Nashville music publishing company and started writing songs for artists from all corners of the music world. A multi-instrumentalist who put out three albums on her own by the age of 17, the 20-year-old Massachusetts native has penned tracks for everyone from Grammy-winning country superstars Rascal Flatts and Grammy-nominated country artist Hunter Hayes to reggae/rock/R&B group Common Kings and Hot Chelle Rae singer Ryan FollesΓ©. Recently signed to Epic Records, Meghan is now gearing up to release a debut album that brings her intense flair for indelible melody to her own blend of throwback hip-hop, classic pop, and beat-heavy Caribbean music.


Now based in Nashville, Meghan joined forces with Kevin Kadish (a Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter who’s also worked with Miley Cyrus and Jason Mraz) to infuse hook-minded songcraft with an infectious sense of fun on her upcoming debut. Inspired by everything from the swing of soca (a Caribbean-music genre that combines calypso rhythms with hip-hop and reggae) to the melody-driven musicality of country music, the album features Meghan’s bold and bouncy debut single β€œAll About That Bass.” With its carefree celebration of girls with good curves, β€œAll About That Bass” sets the tone for the no-holds-barred but breezy authenticity that powers Meghan’s approach to songwriting.


Growing up on the Massachusetts island of Nantucket, Meghan fell in love with music early on, thanks in big part to her dad (a church organist who raised her on soul legends like James Brown and Ray Charles) and her uncle Burton Toney (a Tobago-born recording artist regarded for his fusion of soca and R&B). At age seven she wrote her first songβ€”a reworking of the Hoagy Carmichael classic β€œHeart & Soul”—and within a few years began throwing herself fully into songwriting. Β Struck by her dedication and natural talent, Meghan’s parents hooked her up with some music production software so she could start self-recording. In the meantime, Meghan (a longtime piano player) picked up a guitar, quickly mastered a bunch of chords, and eventually added ukulele and percussion to her repertoire.


Along with racking up such honors as the Best Female Artist award at the 2009 International Acoustic Music Awards and the grand prize at the 2010 New Orleans Songwriters Festival, Meghan began attending songwriting expos in her mid-teens in hopes of getting her music out into the world.Β  Instead of accepting the full scholarship offered by Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music, Meghan spent her late teens flying back and forth between her home and Los Angeles to team up with producers and artists on songwriting sessions.


Through those sessions, Meghan has now partnered up with major producers and songwriters like J.R. Rotem (Rihanna,Maroon 5, Nicki Minaj), SoulShock (Madonna, Usher, Solange), and Ari Levine(Bruno Mars, Pitbull, Cee Lo Green). And in a feat that’s especially meaningful to her, the upcoming Rascal Flatts album includes two songs Meghan wrote incollaboration with DJ/producer Jesse Frasure and singer/songwriter Shay Mooney. β€œHearing my songs being sung by Rascal Flatts was so amazing,” she says. β€œI used to listen to their records all the time when I was younger because I thought the songwriting was so great, so hearing those two tracks just made me realize all that’s happened over the past few years and how far I’ve come with my writing.”


A couple years into her publishing deal, Meghan came up with β€œAll About That Bass,” a super-playful but unapologetic self-empowerment anthem for ladies who don’t fit the standard beauty ideal.Β  The song is now her debut single as an artist for Epic Records.Β Β  β€œWriting that song, I was thinking about girls today and how there’s even more pressure to be thin now, because of Instagram and selfies and that constant competition,” she says, noting that the message ofΒ  β€œAll About That Bass” is to β€œlove your body no matter what.” With songs addressing everything from drunk-texting and the walk of shame to dating anxiety and post-breakup heartache, there’s no shortage of β€œAll About That Bass”-style honesty on Meghan’s debut album.


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