Meghan Trainor is one of the biggest artists in mainstream music in 2015 after scoring hit singles and a chart-topping album through “Title”. This debut album by Meghan Trainor contains pop songs with influence of doo wop and 1960’s and 1970’s sound. The album has lots of catchy tunes which makes it an outstanding one. The album debuted at number 1 Billboard 200 albums. In United Kingdom, it went to number 1 too.
All About That Bass
“All About that Bass” was Meghan Trainor’s first ever single. It is a pop song with doo wop influence and talks about not allowing oneself to be fat-shamed and embracing what your size is. The song became a number 1 single worldwide and even sold about 11 million copies, according to IFPI.
Rate: 8.75 out of 10
Lips are Movin’
“Lips are Movin'” was released as the second single for “Title”. The song finally made Meghan Trainor as a hit-maker instead of a one-hit wonder after this song hit the top 5 in America. It also hit the top 10 globally and sold millions of singles downloads. It is an upbeat pop track with doo wop sound just like “All About That Bass”. But this song sounds catchier and cleaner than the first single with its rap verses.
Rate: 9.0 out of 10
Dear Future Husband
“Dear Future Husband” is a song which became controversial with its music video for sexism. The song went to top 20 in many countries including United States and UK. But the song is a sleeper hit for its longevity in music charts. The song is very catchy and the retro sound is very obvious in this track.
Rate: 8.25 out of 10
Like I Never Lose You (with John Legend)
Meghan Trainor and John Legend collaborated in this ballad. The two sang it very well, and was a beautiful ballad with so much soul from the two artists. The song went to top 10 in Billboard Hot 100, her fourth top 20 hit there.
Rate:8.75 out of 10
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