Meghan Trainor's new song "No" debuts on Friday (March 4).
Earlier this year, Trainor promised she has plans to be super big in 2016, and those plans include a new album titled Thank You and the record's lead single "No" created in collaboration with Wallpaper frontman Ricky Reed. Trainor and Reed traded Tweets a few weeks back with the word "NO" before the "Bass" singer came clean, revealing: "Finally got my first single for my new album and I'm having trouble sleeping in so excited ? #NO."
We don't know much about the new song except for a lyric (“My name is #NO my sign is #NO my number is NO.”), but Trainor told MTV in December the forthcoming album "has a lot of big songs on it that I can't for the world to finally hear" and that she “wanted to go big."
She'll get her chance come Friday. She confirmed the news via Instagram:
"I wanted to get all my influences in there and show everything from my caribbean side to my love for Bruno Mars and Aretha Franklin and even some Elvis vibes, anyone I grew up listening to," she added. "I was trying to show the world what I love. I wanted to do something that’s not on the radio, but kind of different."