It’s an “eff you” song.
UPDATE: Trainor’s upcoming single, according to 92Y On Demand, debuts March 4.
— 92Y On Demand (@92YOnDemand) February 3, 2016
Say yes to Meghan Trainor.
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 Wallpaper frontman Ricky Reed. Trainor and Reed traded Tweets last week with the word “NO” before the “Bass” singer came clean on Sunday. “Finally got my first single for my new album and I’m having trouble sleeping in so excited ? #NO.”
— Meghan Trainor (@Meghan_Trainor) January 29, 2016
Finally got my first single for my new album and I'm having trouble sleeping in so excited ? #NO
— Meghan Trainor (@Meghan_Trainor) January 31, 2016
Trainor told MTV in December the 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 added, “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. 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.”
All aboard the M Train!