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Meghan Elizabeth Trainor (born December 22, 1993) is an American singer-songwriter and television personality. She rose to prominence after signing with Epic Records in 2014 and releasing her debut single "All About That Bass", which reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart and sold 11 million copies worldwide, and drew criticism for its lyrical content. Trainor has released three studio albums with the label and has received various awards and nominations, including the 2016 Grammy Award for Best New Artist.

Trainor became interested in music from a young age; she wrote, recorded, and produced three independently released acoustic albums, Meghan Trainor (2009), I'll Sing with You, and Only 17 (2010). She began writing and producing songs for other artists in 2013. In 2015, Trainor released her pop and hip hop major-label debut studio album, Title, which included the top-10 singles "Lips Are Movin" and "Like I'm Gonna Lose You"; it debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200. The single "No" led her follow-up album, the R&B album Thank You (2016), both of which reached number three on the respective charts. Trainor created her third album with Epic, the electronic dance music-influenced Treat Myself (2020), as an attempt to adapt to ongoing musical trends. She followed this with the holiday album A Very Trainor Christmas later that year.

Womanhood, body image, and personal empowerment are frequently occurring lyrical themes in Trainor's music, which is influenced by the popular music of the 1950s, and blends the genres pop, R&B, doo-wop and blue-eyed soul. Outside of the music industry, she has had voice roles in the animated films Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017) and Playmobil: The Movie (2019). She served as a judge on the television talent shows The Four: Battle for Stardom (2018) and The Voice UK (2020). Trainor's accolades include a Grammy Award, four ASCAP Pop Music Awards, and two Billboard Music Awards.

Meghan Elizabeth Trainor was born on December 22, 1993, in Nantucket, Massachusetts,[1] to jewelers Kelli and Gary Trainor.[2][3] She has an older brother named Ryan and a younger brother named Justin.[2][4] She began singing at age six, at a Methodist church with her father who was a music teacher and organist.[3][5][6] Trainor's family encouraged her to pursue her musical interests[5] and she had told her father she wanted to become a recording artist. She began writing songs and recording them using the digital audio workstation software GarageBand.[5][7][8] Trainor started with her own arrangement of the song "Heart and Soul" (1938).[9] According to her mother, Trainor "did a lot [of playing] by ear", and played music without formal training.[6] Her father wanted her to explore every musical genre.[6] At the age of 12, Trainor began performing as part of the cover band Island Fusion, which also included her aunt, younger brother, and father. They performed soca music as well as Trainor's own compositions.[3][4] She was in the group for four years, singing and playing piano, guitar, and bongo drums.[4] They would play Bob Marley covers in bars and even opened for the Jamaican singer Beenie Man.[10] By age 13, Trainor had written her first original song, "Give Me a Chance".[9]

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