Trainor’s ‘Title’ all about love, confidence

New album hits some emotional high notes

Trainor's 'Title' all about love, confidence

Zoie Shaw, Arts & Entertainment Critic

Are you “All About That Bass?” Maybe that song is getting old and annoying, but it was catchy at the time. A lot of people think Meghan Trainor is a one-hit wonder, but she isn’t, as proven by her new album “Title,” which was released Jan. 9.

One of the singles from the album “Lips Are Movin” is a great and catchy tune. All of the songs on “Title” are catchy, with a perfect pop style. It’s an easy album to listen to when you are just relaxing or having a sleepover with your closest friends. Some of her songs on the album are similar to All About That Bass,” and share the same message.

In her video for “All About That Bass,” Trainor has dancers in the background being themselves. That’s what the song — and the album — is all about: being who you are.

Most of the songs are about love and confidence. It’s a good message to spread to young girls and boys out in the world. Trainor’s songs are great, but she should vary up the rhythm throughout the songs on the album. Still, it is a great album for people who love girly pop music.

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