Meghan Trainor Announces Debut EP ‘Title,’ Set for September Release
Meghan Trainor came out of left field with her hit single 'All About That Bass,' but with its steady climb up the music charts and its staggering view count on YouTube, we knew it was only a matter of time before the new singer announced her first EP.
The 20-year-old Massachusetts native is following up the success of her body-positive song with her debut EP 'Title.' The four-track EP will be available digitally on Sept. 9 and will feature four tracks from the singer-songwriter. 'All About That Bass' is included, of course, plus three previously unreleased songs: 'Title,' 'Dear Future Husband' and 'Close Your Eyes.'
The newcomer has taken the No. 1 spot on iTunes' and Amazon's digital singles charts and Billboard's Digital Songs Chart, and the No. 5 spot on Billboard's Hot 100. Though she's new to the charts, Meghan isn't new to the music scene -- she's been working behind-the-scenes since she was 18, writing for numerous artists from the likes of Rascal Flatts to reggae/R&B group Common King.
Based on her writing credits and the diverse mix of sounds in 'All About That Bass,' her EP will likely set itself apart with its eclectic style and catchy lyrics. Check out 'Title' when it drops on Sept. 9!