Epic Records has a long and storied history of working with a portion of the greatest and most regarded music specialists in the business, and a lot of people along the way who might not have left the legacy that some assembled, yet have talented us with a percentage of the catchiest and most vital tunes the world has ever heard.
The newcomer has set another record with her presentation single "About That Bass," which this week turns into the longest-running number one hit in the name's history.
The tune has so far used eight weeks consecutively on the Billboard Hot 100, which is really truly an accomplishment. Indeed, the extent that Epic Records craftsmen go, Trainor recently bested the record set by their most acclaimed marking, Michael Jackson.
The King of Pop long ago headed the Hot 100 with "Billie Jean" in 1983 and "Black Or White" in 1991, both of which were on top for seven weeks.
The track likewise destroys Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX's unavoidable coordinated effort "Fancy", which took home the prize for "Tune of the Summer" and was the most obvious melody in the nation for seven weeks back in June and July.
That makes "All" the female-fronted track with the most weeks at number one not long from now, however she is still behind Pharrell and his "Cheerful HAPPY music" when men are added to the mix, as his Oscar-designated track use ten weeks on top in the not so distant future.
In the event that Trainor can stick it out for two more weeks will she match Pharrell, as well as she'll best Lorde's "Royals", which used nine weeks in the penthouse a year ago.
"About That Bass" is a simple to-love tune about tolerating who you are and feeling certain about it, regardless of your size.
The doo-wop styled pop track is inspiring yet despite the fact that it may sound like something you ought to play for your young youngsters (and the radio form is likely okay), there are a couple of decision verses (which I won't post here) that show Meghan is no tyke.
Additionally this week, ladies lose their grasp on the main five spaces of the Hot 100, spaces that have been solely female for just about two months now. For as long as eight weeks, Meghan Trainor has been in ahead of all comers, while Taylor Swift's previous number two week number one crush "Shake It Off" has sat promptly behind it.
After that, few tunes have gone back and forth, every one of them being fronted by ladies. This week, the number three space is held by an alternate newcomer. Tove Lo's "Propensities (Stay High)" has been building for quite a while now, and it keeps on riing. After the Swedish vocalist musician comes a trio of ladies: Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj with their champion "Bang".
Maroon 5 thinks outside the box, climbing into fifth spot with their most recent "Creatures", from their recently discharged number one collection V. The track breaks the weeks-long rule of ladies, which continued for seven weeks.
Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora were all the while staying around in the main five last week with their "Black Widow", however that is by all accounts on the decrease now.
We'll need to perceive the amount longer Meghan can clutch number one, and what different records she'll wind up breaking. Trainor's introduction collection Title (which imparts a name to an EP she discharged a month ago) is normal in January.