“Now, it seems Meghan Trainor has chosen just as narrow a focus for Title, her major-label debut. It obsesses over a sound that ruled the charts three decades before she was born. With harmonies piled as high as a bouffant hairdo, production as shiny as a sharkskin suit, and phrasings as rhythmically repetitious as a doo-wop smash, the songs recall girl groups in all their glory,” stated Daily News.
Some of the songs on this album include “All About That Bass”, “Lips Are Movin”, “Dear Future Husband”, “CloseYourEyes”, “Title, Take Care of Our Soldiers”, “Who I Wanna Be”, “No Good For You,” “Like I’m Gonna Lose You”, “Mr. Almost”, “Leave A Kiss”, “Bang Dem” Sticks”, “Walkashame”, “My Selfish Heart”, “The Best Part”,”Credit,3am”, and “What If I”, as listed by Itunes.
In most of the eight weeks that fresh pop face Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass ruled the Bilbard hot 100 last summer and autumn, it was easy to figure it would be recalled as a one-off novelty. It got by on balancing nostalgic girl-group and doo-wop sounds with hip-hop attitude and a positive, love-your-body moral, explained Kirkus Reviews.
Title nets biggest debut for a female pop act’s first full-length album in over five years. Meghan Trainor’s album Title ranked higher on Bilboard 200 than Taylor Swift’s album “1989,” reported inacoustic.com.
Meghan Trainor brought us “All About That Bass” last year and as a result, her single has been nominated for two Grammy’s including “Record of the Year” and “Song of the Year,” stated radio.com.