From her upcoming fifth studio album for a major label, "Takin' It Back," American singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor has debuted a new single named "Drama Queen."
This album, featuring Meghan Trainor and production by Stint, was released on October 21, 2022. Scott Hoying, Teddy Swims, Theron Theron, Natti Natasha, and Arturo Sandoval are just a few of the artists featured on the CD.
Lyrically, the album finds Meghan Trainor reminiscing on her first big label album's doo-wop vibe, Title (2015). First single "Bad for Me" came out on June 24, 2022.
Meghan Trainor called the songs she was creating for her third studio album with a big label her "best work yet" back in March of 2018. She had lost faith in the album due to the poor sales of its previous singles.
Meghan Trainor revised it four times to "adjust to what's going on in the music industry," which resulted in many delays before its eventual release. The January 2020 release of Treat Myself was met with mixed reviews. Later the same year, she released her second album, A Very Trainor Christmas.
In February of 2021, Meghan Trainor became a mother. In 2014, her song "Title" went viral on the video-sharing app TikTok, and this experience informed the sound she wanted to pursue on her fifth major-label studio album.
Meghan Trainor stated in May 2021 that she will be returning to the doo-wop style she first explored on her 2015 major label debut album, Title. She acknowledged that being a mother has strengthened her as a woman and an artist, saying, "The people have spoken and I hear you."
Meghan Trainor has returned to her characteristic doo-wop style on her new album, titled Takin' It Back. The album's lyrics focus on the effects of her pregnancy and on the fact that "it's hard and [she is] not flawless all the time. She's starting to appreciate it, too.
The songs are "huge, strong tunes that signify a lot," as Meghan Trainor put it. 'It's kind of like Title 2.0,' she remarked. It's my doo-wop, it's my old school, it's authentic to me in all the crazy genres I go to. Those lines are more potent than ever, and the celebration continues.
The first time Trainor had felt good emotion since penning "Dear Future Husband" was when Mozella informed her other musicians desired to replicate her sound, which inspired the title of Takin' It Back (2015). To celebrate "bringing it back to the good music when they had actual instruments," Trainor created the album's title tune.
"relatable lyrics," "a reggae bop," "a Latin smash featuring Natti Natasha," and "of course, some Trainor-styled choruses" are also included. The song "Made You Look" was inspired by her body image issues after giving birth and an activity her therapist had her complete in which she looked at herself naked for five minutes.
This song, "Don't I Make It Look Easy," is about the responsibilities that Trainor took on after she became a mother.
Inspired by Perry Como's 1954 smash "Papa Loves Mambo," the song "Mama Wanna Mambo" contains cameos by Natasha and Arturo Sandoval. The image of mothers needing a dancing break while caring for their children was one she hoped would ring true with mums on TikTok.
On May 11, 2022, Meghan Trainor released an episode of Workin on It, a podcast she co-hosts with her brother, titled "Workin' On Making An Album."
After its release, Meghan Trainor started promoting her lead single, "Bad for Me," the following month. Released on June 24, 2022, the track contains a cameo by American singer-songwriter Teddy Swims.
Authors Trainor, Ajay Bhattacharyya, and Stephen Wrabel worked on the script for this film about a poisonous relationship that was produced by Stint and Frederico Vindver. Don't promise something you can't deliver on, because even the greatest of intentions can backfire and cause pain.
After signing with Epic Records and releasing her debut single "All About That Bass" in 2014, Meghan Trainor shot to fame. The song topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 list and sold over 11 million copies throughout the world.
During her time with the label, Meghan Trainor has released four studio albums and won many awards, including the 2016 Grammy for Best New Artist.
At an early age, Meghan Trainor showed an interest in music, and she has since published three acoustic albums under her own name (Meghan Trainor (2009), I'll Sing with You, and Only 17). (2010).
In 2013, Meghan Trainor started working as a songwriter and record producer. Title, Trainor's debut studio album for a major label, peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200 and featured the top ten songs "Lips Are Movin" and "Like I'm Gonna Lose You."
Both her first album and her follow-up, the R&B album Thank You (2016), which featured the hit single "No," peaked at position three on their respective lists.
Treat Myself (2020), Meghan Trainor's third album with Epic, was inspired by electronic dance music and was an effort to keep up with current musical trends. Later that year, she released A Very Trainor Christmas, a holiday CD.
There have been some complaints that Meghan Trainor's lyrics, which often deal with issues of women, body image, and personal strength, are antifeminist or retrograde. Her sound combines elements of pop, R&B, doo-wop, and blue-eyed soul, all with a nod to the popular music of the '50s.
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