“I’m a Lady” is a brand new song by American recording artist and hitmaker Meghan Trainor. The single is confirmed as the main theme of upcoming computer-animated film Smurfs: The Lost Village, directed by Kelly Asbury and scheduled to be released on April 7th. “I’m A Lady” was described as “a Meghan Trainor, upbeat, love-yourself woman anthem, like I do!” Trainor discussed the song in December at KIISFM’s Jingle Ball, she also said the song was written for the upcoming Smurfs film Smurfs: The Lost Village, which is due out in April 2017.
“I Love Me” is the latest single coming from Meghan Trainor which releases early this morning. The track, which features Lunchmoney Lewis, comes from Trainor’s forthcoming album, ‘Thank You,’ which releases May 13. Lyrically, the song was all about self-love—as the title would suggest—and casts a bouncy groove as piano and snaps undergird the vocals. The song’s lyrics are unabashed, especially when they come from Lunchmoney Lewis.
“No” is a song recorded by Meghan Trainor which will be release as the lead single off her new album. Trainor confirmed to Fuse after teasing the song on social media this weekend that the song is coming soon.The song will be featured on the 22-year-old singer’s upcoming album ‘Thank You.’ “No”, lyrically, Trainor shared: “I told my producer [Ricky Reed] we needed a big eff-you song, an anthem about girl power that sounded like nothing on the album,” she added. “We wrote it that day.”
“All About That Bass” is the entitle of the verse discharge by American singer, songwriter, and record producer Meghan Trainor quit on June 2, 2014 by Epic Records. It charted at numerousness 8 on iTunes Top 100 music copy, scriptory and produced by Meghan Trainor himself. This is Trainor’s debut simple and admit actual retrospect from melody critics.