Pop singer and songwriter Meghan Trainor had already dedicated the majority of her existence to music when she scored her 1st strike in 2014 (when she was twenty years old) having a dance-friendly paean to body positivity, “ABOUT That Bass.” Created in Dec 1993, Trainor grew up on Nantucket Isle in Massachusetts, where she started producing music when she was simply seven, and had written her first music at age 11. Trainor went to high school in the Nauset SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL on Cape Cod; there she sang and performed trumpet in the jazz music group, and also researched guitar, acquiring lessons from Johnny Spampinato, mentioned guitarist with NRBQ as well as the Incredible Casuals. Furthermore, Trainor played acoustic guitar and keyboards, and sang with an area Nantucket band known as Isle Fusion for four years. She went to the Berklee University of Music’s Efficiency Program, a particular five-week course, in ’09 2009 and 2010, getting high marks and achieving the finals of their songwriting competition. By enough time she was 18, Trainor acquired self-released three albums of her very own material and arrived a publishing cope with Big Yellow Pup Music (who positioned her music with artists such as for example Rascal Flatts, Macy Kate, Common Kings, and Sabrina Carpenter) before she agreed upon a cope with Epic Information. Trainor’s first one for Epic was “ABOUT That Bass,” where she proudly announced she’s “no stay amount silicon Barbie doll,” and “every inches of you is ideal from underneath to the very best.” The pastel-colored video for “ABOUT That Bass” became an internet sensation, accumulating over 1,600,000 sights on YouTube within per month of its debut in June 2014. Quickly, “ABOUT That Bass” stormed in the Billboard Popular 100, achieving the pole placement not merely in the U.S. but across the world. Since it racked up eight weeks at the top from the U.S. graphs, it finished up obtaining qualified five-times platinum, offering over four million copies in the us alone; international product sales reached over six million, cementing “ABOUT That Bass”‘ position among the biggest singles of 2014. Compared, its sequel, “Lip area Are Shifting,” paled, nonetheless it was still a significant hit, achieving four around the Billboard graphs and generating double-platinum certification, establishing the stage perfectly for the January 2015 launch of Trainor’s debut, Name. The album quickly hit number 1 in multiple countries. Her third solitary from the recording, “Dear HUSBAND TO BE,” reached quantity 24 around the U.S. singles graph. A contribution towards the Peanuts Film soundtrack, a co-write on Rascal Flatts’ solitary “I LOVE the Sound of this,” & most considerably, a Grammy nomination, curved out her amazing year. A couple weeks prior to the March 2016 launch of “No,” the first solitary from her second recording, Trainor received the Grammy Award for Greatest New Artist. The next May, she released her sophomore studio room album, MANY THANKS, including the strikes “No,” “Me As well,” and “Better” (offering Yo Gotti). In 2017, Trainor released the solitary “I’m a female,” which made an appearance for the reason that year’s computer-animated experience/humor film Smurfs: The Shed Village.