Meghan Trainor introduced the world to her neo-doo-wop sound in 2014 with her smash singles “All About That Bass” and “Lips Are Movin,”

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taken from her 2015 debut album Title. Trainor released her sophomore LP Thank You the following year,

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which saw the Grammy-winning singer wander into more traditional pop territory, collaborating with the likes of Yo Gotti as opposed to John Legend on Title. 

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Her 2020 album Treat Myself carried even more of Thank You’s essence as she teamed up with Nicki Minaj and The Pussycat Dolls for songs.

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Now, Trainor is prepared to throw it back to what first took her to the top of the Billboard Hot a hundred in 2014.

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Her fourth traditional studio album Takin’ It Back is out these days, and at some point of the album’s runtime,

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 Trainor works to not simply recreate her original sound, but bring it into the 2020s along with her own precise flair.

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If lead single “Bad For You” with singer Teddy Swims is the “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” of this album, then follow-up single “Made You Look” is the spiritual sequel to “All About That Bass.

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