Trainor says it’s her favorite ‘Thank You’ track and describes it as a “club” song.


Meghan Trainor’s next Thank You single “Me Too” is a party

Trainor’s upcoming record doesn’t drop til’ May 13, but by now we’re super familiar with nearly every song.

In recent weeks following promotion for the lead single “No,” MTrain shared a handful of promotional songs like her collaboration with LunchMoney Lewis on “I Love Me,” the Yo Gotti-assisted track “Better,” the album title track and “Mom” featuring Kelli Trainor (her actual mom). Even a dance club demo left on the cutting room floor found its way online ahead of the release.

These tracks are tools for Trainor to keep her name on the blogs while she readies the second official album release, the bass shaking “Me Too.” Trainor already filmed a music video for the song, which boasts her airy vocals over synth horns and a knee-slapping beat.

#METOO is finally on iTunes!!!!…music video coming soon??

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“It is opposite of anything you’ve heard me sing,” Trainor recently said of the song, adding that it’s her favorite. “It’s a dancer, and it is a very confident song. It’s a club song. It’s a vibey song, but you can also play it at church.”

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