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  • Meghan Trainor Releases New Album “Timeless”

  • American singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor released the sixth major-label studio album “Timeless” along with a new music video for “Whoops” on June 7, 2024 via Epic Records.

    It is her first album in two years since the 2022 album “Takin' It Back”, and is a doo-wop and bubblegum pop album.
    The album comprises 16-track, featuring guest appearances from Lawrence, T-Pain, and Niecy Nash.
    Produced by Federico Vindver, Gian Stone, Grant Boutin, and Justin Trainor.
    After the second C-sections, she released the album and explained about the album as the self-love anthems.

    Meghan Trainor said, “It's all the stuff I'm going through as a mom: trying to learn to love myself after two C-sections and being kinder to myself. I hope it makes smile.”
  • She told Zane Lowe of Apple Music, “And a week after the C-section, I started in the studio immediately because I'm a workaholic and I really love this album. Babies bring inspiration and they make me want to be the best human being I can try to be.”

    She continued, “My fans love when I do pure pop. And then a lot of the world likes when I do just the doo-wop stuff. So I try to make everybody happy, and so I tried to blend it together and was like, let's make a weird new genre that's different or something, or I haven't heard that in a while. And I love when that happens.”

  • Meghan Trainor explained about some tracks for the album.

    “To The Moon” via AP
    “'To The Moon' is for my kid, because he loves rocket ships and outer space. A lot of it is inspired by my boys. I want them to have songs that help teach them how to love themselves as they're growing up, you know, self-confidence and being kind to themselves.”

    “I Wanna Thank Me” feauring Niecy Nash
    Meghan Trainor said, “I think we often forget to take time to appreciate the hard work we've done - when I heard Niecy's speech at the EMMYs, I was so moved and so inspired. I knew I had to write a song about it. I still can't believe I got to work with THE Niecy Nash-Betts in my studio AND have her amazing wife and daughter sing on the song with me! It was a moment I'll cherish forever. Working with her and getting to know her has been a dream come true as I have been a huge fan of hers for so many years! I'm too excited for everyone to hear this empowering anthem!”

    Niecy Nash said, “Meghan is not only a friend but an incredible and super talented artist so I am thrilled that she was inspired by my Emmy Speech and wanted to do a collab together. Who would think that our 2 different worlds would collide in the music space, but here we are with a whole song together, 'I Wanna Thank Me' is a whole vibe, with significant meaning and we're excited about sharing this exciting moment of empowerment with our fans, this is just the beginning for me in this music space so get ready, I think it's time for a GRAMMY too!”

    “Love On Hold” featuring T-Pain
    T-Pain said, “I worked with Meghan's husband and manager for MONTHS trying to surprise her for her birthday. She's been a fan of mine for a long time and the feeling is definitely mutual. I think we came together in a way that's a perfect mesh of styles that will get everybody ready for us to work together again real soon.”

    “Hate It Here” via NPR
    “Off this album, I think 'Hate It Here' - like, when I'm on a treadmill, that one really gets me going 'cause I hate it, but I can also dance.”

    “Bestie” via NPR
    “It's me and them, but self-doubt or, like, when you start to spiral - I tried to capture that in this verse, of when I'm up at night and I can't fall asleep and I can't shut my brain off. That's what I tell my husband, and that's when I turn on the true crime, the "Dateline." I have to listen to something else and escape my reality, or I will just, like, start to worry about, like, what's ahead and go in circles. And I'm really working, like, with my therapist.”

    “Timeless” via NPR
    “That one's a very important song to me because I was trying to talk about my fear of losing someone or time. But I also wanted it to be a beautiful love song at the same time. Like, you could play it at a wedding, or you could use it to cry while, like, missing someone. But also, I watched my friend lose her dad in a short year to an aggressive cancer, and it just didn't make sense to me, and that's what I talk about in this song, of, like, there's too many memories and there's too much love – poof, it's all done one day? Like, that doesn't sit well with me, so I tried to put it in a song.”
  • source : Apple Music
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