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Meghan Trainor (Meghan Elizabeth Trainor) was born on 22 December, 1993 in Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States, is an American singer-songwriter. Discover Meghan Trainor's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 27 years old?

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Occupation Singer-songwriter
Age 28 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 22 December 1993
Birthday 22 December
Birthplace Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States
Nationality United States

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Treat Myself was initially delayed for a January 2019 release, as Trainor wanted to write and record more songs for it, but was instead released on January 31, 2020. "All the Ways" was serviced to hot adult contemporary radio in February 2019 as a single. That month, Trainor also released an EP, titled The Love Train, which was promoted through various music videos and included the song. She was a headliner, along with Years & Years, for the 2019 Los Angeles Pride festival. Trainor recorded the songs "Badass Woman" and "Run Like the River" for the 2019 films The Hustle and Playmobil: The Movie, respectively. She also voiced a fairy godmother in Playmobil: The Movie. In September 2019, it was announced that Trainor would join, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs as a coach for the ninth season of The Voice UK, which premiered in 2020. She released "Wave", the second single from Treat Myself, on September 27, 2019. The album was further promoted with three promotional singles: "Workin' On It", "Evil Twin", and "Blink". After Trainor wrote four albums worth of material trying to adapt to new trends in the music industry, Treat Myself was released to mixed critical reviews on January 31, 2020, along with its third single "Nice to Meet Ya" featuring Nicki Minaj. The album debuted at number 25 on the US Billboard 200 and the song at number 89 on the Billboard Hot 100.


In December 2017, Trainor was announced as one of the judges on the Fox show The Four: Battle for Stardom, alongside Sean Combs, DJ Khaled and Charlie Walk. It aired its first two seasons in 2018. She also competed against singer Shania Twain in an episode of TBS's Drop the Mic, which aired in January 2018. Her third major-label studio album, titled Treat Myself, was scheduled for release on August 31, 2018, but was delayed until January 2019. Its lead single, "No Excuses", was released in March, and peaked at number 46 on the Billboard Hot 100. The songs "Let You Be Right" and "Can't Dance" followed two months later. "All the Ways" was released on June 20, 2018, along with the pre-order of the album, and the title track was made available on July 20, 2018. The same year, Trainor was featured on Jason Mraz's song "More than Friends". In collaboration with Sigala and Ella Eyre, Trainor released the single "Just Got Paid", which featured American rapper French Montana. The song reached number 11 on the UK Singles Chart, number 7 in Scotland, and number 12 in Ireland. Trainor and Sean Paul appeared on a remix of CNCO's song "Hey DJ" later that year. She kicked off The Salvation Army's 128th annual Red Kettle Campaign on November 22, 2018, performing at a Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins game.

Trainor has partnered with the American Cancer Society, and made public appearances in charity events such as during WE Day California, and The Hollywood Reporter' s 24th annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast, in which she presented three high school girls with full-ride, four-year scholarships to Loyola Marymount University. In 2018, Global's Make Some Noise invited her to present a £77,200 cheque to the charity Reach. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Trainor donated funds to feed health care professionals in Greater Hartford and pledged money for restaurants in Connecticut to provide 50 lunches to local hospitals daily for five days. She also held a Live At-Home concert series in efforts to raise money for Feeding America. In May 2020, Rolling Stone reported that the tour had raised over $225,000 for the nonprofit organization.


Trainor began a relationship with actor Daryl Sabara in July 2016, and the couple got engaged on December 22, 2017. The two married one year later, on December 22, 2018, coinciding with Trainor's 25th birthday.


Trainor revealed to E! Online on January 7, 2016, that she was almost finished working on her second major-label studio album Thank You. She told MTV News that the album was influenced by Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, and Bruno Mars, and features a collaboration between her and R. City. The album's first single, "No", was produced by Ricky Reed, and released on March 4, 2016. The R&B song has an "early millennium-pop vibe", and peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100. Shortly after, Trainor released four promotional singles, "Watch Me Do", "I Love Me", "Better" (featuring American rapper Yo Gotti), and "Mom", which features her mother. The second single from the album, "Me Too", was released on May 5. The accompanying video was released four days later but later removed because of unapproved digital manipulation of Trainor's body. It was corrected to the unedited version and re-released the next day. The song peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. A performance of it, at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, drew attention when Trainor fell on the ground while trying to catch hold of a microphone stand.

Thank You was released exclusively on Apple Music, a week before it saw a standard commercial release on May 13, 2016. The album garnered mixed critical reviews, debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 and was certified platinum in the country for sales in excess of one million units. In July, Trainor embarked on The Untouchable Tour, in support of it, with Hailee Steinfeld and Common Kings as opening acts. "Better" was released as the album's third single in August 2016, and its music video featured a cameo from Beau Bridges. Trainor was featured on several other artists' songs in 2016, including "Forgive Me Father" from DJ Khaled's album Major Key, "Someday" from Michael Bublé's album Nobody but Me, and "Baby, It's Cold Outside" from Brett Eldredge's album Glow. She co-wrote multiple songs during this time period including Jennifer Lopez's "Ain't Your Mama" and "You Gotta Not" from British girl group Little Mix's album Glory Days. On February 24, 2017, Trainor released the single "I'm a Lady" for the film Smurfs: The Lost Village. She also voiced a character called Smurfmelody in the movie.

In 2016, Trainor stated that she had never voted for a presidential election and did not intend to start doing it in the future, but indicated her preference for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. She is outspoken about LGBTQ rights and gun control, and was among the 200 artists and music executives to sign Billboard' s open letter to the United States Congress, demanding them to put an end to gun violence. In 2017, Trainor publicly came out in support of the legalization of same-sex marriage while denouncing an Australian anti-marriage equality campaign. A year later, Trainor published a "love letter" to the LGBTQ community through Billboard, in which she described the former as "some of [her] biggest fans since [she] came onto the scene".


Trainor's three self-released albums were pulled from circulation in the build-up to her major label debut studio album, Title. It replaced her EP of the same name on the iTunes Store, and was released on January 9, 2015, garnering mixed critical reviews. The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, earning a triple platinum certification from the RIAA. It was the ninth best-selling album of 2015 worldwide, with 1.8 million copies sold according to IFPI. Later singles "Dear Future Husband" and "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" reached the Hot 100's top 20, with the latter reaching number one on the Australian Singles Chart.. Trainor was featured on Charlie Puth's debut single, "Marvin Gaye", which was released in March 2015.

Trainor's first headlining concert tour, That Bass Tour, began on February 11, 2015, with Australian band Sheppard as the opening act. The album was further promoted through the MTrain Tour, with Puth and Life of Dillon as opening acts. It was set to begin on July 3. However, Trainor was diagnosed with a vocal cord hemorrhage that month, and was ordered by her medical team to undergo complete vocal rest. This led to delay of the first two dates of the MTrain Tour. On August 11, 2015, she announced that she was canceling the remainder of her North American tour and would get surgery "to finally fix this once and for all". In July, it was announced that Trainor was writing a song for The Peanuts Movie soundtrack, entitled "Better When I'm Dancin'". In October 2015, she appeared on Undateable as the musical guest, and made a cameo appearance. In late 2015, American singer Who Is Fancy released the single "Boys Like You", featuring Trainor and Ariana Grande. Trainor won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.


Trainor rose to fame after signing with Epic Records in 2014 and releasing "All About That Bass", which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for eight consecutive weeks and received a diamond certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), but drew criticism for its lyrical content. The song was included on her debut major-label studio album, Title (2015), which was also supported by the top-10 peaking "Lips Are Movin" and "Like I'm Gonna Lose You", and achieved a number one debut on the US Billboard 200 and triple platinum certification from the RIAA. Trainor's second major-label studio album, Thank You (2016), was led by "No", which reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100. The album debuted at the same position on the US Billboard 200 and was certified platinum by the RIAA. Her third major-label studio album, Treat Myself, was released in January 2020.

Kadish and Trainor co-wrote "All About That Bass" in November 2013, doubting its commercial prospects. The song was inspired by Trainor's struggle to accept her appearance, and insecurities about looking at pictures of herself. The duo offered it to various record labels, all of which rejected the doo-wop song as it was not "synth-y, pop-y" enough. Trainor eventually met Paul Pontius, the A&R for Epic Records, and performed "All About That Bass" for him. He arranged a meeting with label chairman L.A. Reid, where Trainor performed the song for the latter and was signed by him 20 minutes later. Subsequently, Trainor hired Troy Carter as her manager, and released "All About That Bass" on June 30, 2014. The song's music video went viral, and it reached number one in 58 countries, attaining worldwide sales of 11 million units. It spent eight consecutive weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Trainor's debut extended play (EP), Title, was released on September 9, 2014. Composed entirely by her and Kadish, it peaked at number 15 on the US Billboard 200 and number 17 on the Canadian Albums Chart. Stereogum and Out noted that the EP proved Trainor could outlast the success of her debut single. She released her second single, "Lips Are Movin", on October 21, a retro song in a similar vein to its predecessor. The song peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, also reaching the top 10 in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. In November 2014, Trainor appeared as a guest mentor on the seventh season of American series The Voice. Billboard ranked her as the fourth Top New Artist of the year, and placed her 12th on their own 21 Under 21 2014 list.

Trainor has drawn criticism for a music video and the lyrical content of some of her music. "All About That Bass" was accused of anti-feminism, along with her song "Title" (2014), with a critic stating that they send the message that "a woman's worth is defined by men" and set a negative example for her young female audience. The former was also accused of cultural appropriation due to Trainor affectating an accent akin to a "young, urban, African American woman", while its lyric "bringing booty back/Go ahead and tell them skinny bitches that" was criticized for dismissing people of smaller body types. The singer justified her usage of the lyric by stating that she says "just kidding, I know even you think you are fat" right after it, and responded to the anti-feminism claims by commenting "I don't know, man! I just wrote a fun song about loving your booty and loving your body!" The music video for "Dear Future Husband", which depicts Trainor scrubbing the floor of a kitchen, drew backlash and got labelled as "sexist" and "anti-feminist" for its portrayal of traditional gender stereotypes. She responded to the backlash by saying "but no, I don't believe I was [being sexist]. I think I was just writing my song to my future husband out there, wherever he is". The singer has also been called out for having a "blaccent" and using African-American English. Though Trainor has stated that it is "the Gary Trainor thing", adding that her father is "very soulful" and emulates James Brown sometimes.

Rolling Stone described Trainor as 2014's "Most Unlikely Pop Star". Following the release of Title, media outlets referred to her as an inspiration to youth who struggle with body image and bullying. The Guardian's Caroline Sullivan referred to Trainor as "the poster girl for the larger woman" and "pop's emblem for self-acceptance". Billboard included her in their list of "14 Musicians With Body Positive Messages", while MTV Australia stated that she has "always stood by what she believes in and attempted to promote body positivity for all women". Trainor's comments in a 2014 interview that she was not "strong enough" to have an eating disorder and "had tried to go anorexic for a good three hours" were criticized by American singer Demi Lovato. In March 2015, Trainor partnered with plus-size retailer FullBeauty Brands as a consultant for the creation of clothing for women with varying body types. According to Billboard' s Jada Yuan, Trainor's image is defined by her "curves", though not that she is "curvy" like Nicki Minaj or Kim Kardashian, but rather that "she's not model-thin like many other stars". The author has described her usage of social media as "upbeat to goofy, with little soul baring or soapbox lecturing".

Some critics have described her as anti-feminist and suggested that she seeks self-worth based on the opinions of men. In a 2014 Billboard interview, Trainor did not identify as a feminist, but she changed this stance two years later. In a 2020 interview, she lamented that she was "just [...] stupid and young", and did not identify as a feminist due to her mother's advice that she should not claim to be something if she "[does not] know what the word is" and thought that feminists were "those people that hate [her]".


Throughout 2013, Trainor traveled to Nashville, New York City and Los Angeles, where she wrote and helped produce country and pop music. She sang lead and background vocals on demos for other artists, with her vocals occasionally being used on the final recording. In June 2013, Trainor met producer Kevin Kadish in Nashville via Wallace and a mutual friend. Kadish and Trainor both liked retro style music and began recording together that month. Trainor later became frustrated with commuting from Nantucket to Los Angeles for songwriting sessions. Her parents did not want her to relocate as it would be expensive. In November, Trainor decided to relocate to Nashville instead. There, she wrote songs for a number of acts, including Hunter Hayes, Rascal Flatts, R5, and Sabrina Carpenter.


At a music conference in Nashville, Trainor introduced herself to former NRBQ member Al Anderson. He was impressed by Trainor's songwriting and referred her to his publisher, Carla Wallace at Nashville-based Big Yellow Dog Music. Though Trainor had been offered a full scholarship to the Berklee College of Music, she decided to pursue her songwriting career and signed with Big Yellow Dog. She began her career as a songwriter-for-hire because of her ability to tackle a variety of genres. She began by publishing songs for others and was unsure about becoming a recording artist. Her father said, "She thought she was one of the chubby girls who would never be an artist". Trainor graduated from Nauset Regional High School in 2012. Her song, "Who I Wanna Be", was released for digital download on April 24, 2012.


Between the ages of 15 and 17, Trainor independently released three albums of material she had written, recorded, and performed. Her eponymous debut album, Meghan Trainor, was released on December 25, 2009. Trainor enrolled in the Summer Performance Program at the Berklee College of Music during the summers of 2009 and 2010, reaching the finals of the program's songwriting competition. She released "Take Care of Our Soldiers" on April 16, 2010, all of the proceeds from which benefited the United Service Organizations (USO) and Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops. The following year, Trainor released two acoustic albums, I'll Sing with You and Only 17.

During her career, Trainor has won four ASCAP Pop Music Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, a People's Choice Award, and received one Grammy Award. Trainor received the accolade for Best Female Artist at the 2009 International Acoustic Music Awards, the Grand Prize at the 2010 New Orleans Songwriter's Festival, the 2011 Tennessee Concerts Song Contest, and the John Lennon Love Song Songwriting Contest. She was named the "Breakthrough Artist of the Year" by the Music Business Association in 2014. Among her achievements, Trainor became the 21st woman to land her debut single at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, and the fifth female artist to follow up her chart-topping debut single with another top 5 release. On the Billboard Year-End charts for 2015, Trainor was listed seventh on Top Artists and second on Top Female Artists. Title bows out at number 98 on the magazine's "Greatest of All Time Billboard 200 Albums by Women" list, with "All About That Bass" ranking at number 69 on the all-inclusive list for singles. As of October 2015, the latter was the only debut single by any artist to accumulate one billion views on YouTube.


Meghan Elizabeth Trainor (born December 22, 1993) is an American singer-songwriter. Interested in music from a young age, she wrote, recorded, and produced three independently released albums between 2009 and 2011. After signing a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music, Trainor wrote and helped produce country and pop music for other artists in 2013. She met producer Kevin Kadish in June that year, with whom she wrote her debut single "All About That Bass".

Meghan Elizabeth Trainor was born on December 22, 1993, in Nantucket, Massachusetts, to Kelli and Gary Trainor. Her parents were both jewelers. Trainor has an elder brother named Ryan, and a younger brother named Justin. She began singing at age six, initially at church with her father, a music teacher and organist.


Trainor's lyrics frequently refer to womanhood, body image and empowerment, with her vocals having been described as "soulful" and "highly resonant", and "a reedy cross" between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift. Chris DeVille of Stereogum opined that she is "a very capable singer", and added that Trainor "project[s] lots of character and emotion within a relatively limited range". The harmonies in Trainor's music have been compared to those of the 1960s girl groups. MTV News' Carvell Wallace wrote that the singer has charismatic vocals and her relatability is part of her appeal, but one can "imagine a drunken bachelorette party having a transcendent sing-along to [her music] in the back of a rented stretch Hummer".


Trainor is influenced by music from the 1950s and 1960s and is known for her throwback style. Her lyrics frequently refer to womanhood, body image and empowerment. She has received several awards and nominations, including a Grammy Award, four ASCAP Pop Music Awards, and two Billboard Music Awards. Outside of music, Trainor has taken up voice roles in animated films, served as a judge on The Four: Battle for Stardom (2018) and currently serves as a coach on The Voice UK.

Growing up, Trainor was introduced to 1950s music, doo-wop, jazz, and the work of James Brown by her father. She grew up listening to soca and Caribbean music, and credits 1950s music, soca, and Frank Sinatra for influencing her blend of hip hop and pop music. The singer had been introduced to soca since the age of 7, when her aunt married Trinidadian soca singer Burton Toney. As a songwriter, Trainor has been influenced by Sinatra's repertoire, saying "No one writes like that anymore, because it's hard". She is inspired by Stevie Wonder and Phil Collins, and has cited Bruno Mars as one of her biggest influences. Other musicians she has cited as influences include Christina Aguilera, The Andrews Sisters, Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, The Chordettes, Ray Charles, Earth, Wind & Fire, Britney Spears, Destiny's Child, NSYNC, Ariana Grande, Jason Mraz, T-Pain and Beyoncé.

Trainor is a singer-songwriter. Her music incorporates pop, R&B, doo-wop, and blue-eyed soul. Her debut EP Title comprises throwback style sound, and "1950s doo wop-inspired songs that straddle the line between modern R&B and melodic pop". Her hook-laden songwriting style has been likened to Brill Building composers such as Gerry Goffin, Carole King, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry; while the sound of her debut EP has been compared to American singer-songwriters Jenny Lewis and Neko Case, and her debut single to 1960s singers such as Betty Everett and Eydie Gormé. Trainor plays a variety of musical instruments: bass, guitar, ukulele, keyboard, trumpet, percussion, and piano. She feels that a song's melody is more important than its lyrics. She composes in a variety of genres, including country, hip hop, reggae and soca, but prefers doo-wop and reggae.