To say that Meghan Trainor exploded into the global charts with her debut hit ‘All About That Bass’ would be an understatement. Her truly infectious lead track was more than a summer anthem, it has gone on to be an epic hit that will define a shift in the musical output of 2015. While all around her people were leaning on a sound steeped in the late 80s and early 90s, Trainor’s irrepressible fusion of bubblegum pop, blue-eyed soul and doo-wop was both distinctive and addictive. However, as with any artist who has made a phenomenally proportioned impact with their breakthrough single, the pressure is on Trainor to prove that she is far from a one-trick pony.
The curse of the uncontrollable hit has struck many times over the years; from Lou Bega to Carly Rae Jepsen; the mammoth task of defying the detractors and delivering an album that both plays to the expectancies of the fans who fell for her playful debut, while winning the support of the media who n...
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