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Pop - Released January 31, 2020 | Epic

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With her third major-label album, 2020's Treat Myself, Meghan Trainor continues to evolve her sound, moving beyond the retro aesthetic of 2014's Title and further embracing a mix of club-ready dance rhythms and contemporary R&B hooks. It's a sound she first showcased on 2016's Thank You, and one that replaces the woody piano and sax grooves of her debut with screwdriver bass lines, shimmery synths, and bright vocal overdubs. It's also a move that shifts her sound away from the glee-club bop of "All About That Bass" and closer to the slick, hip-hop-infused funk of Bruno Mars. Here, she fully engages that sound working in collaboration with a handful of producer/songwriters, including Mike Sabath, Ojivolta, King Henry, and others. There are plenty of fun moments, including the infectious "Funk," which smartly evokes the '80s throwback vibe of Mars' "Uptown Funk." Also engaging are the handful of guest tracks, including hip-hop-infused "Nice to Meet Ya" with Nicki Minaj and the jazzy "Genetics" with the Pussycat Dolls. Elsewhere, Trainor contrasts these hard grooves with more lyrical moments like the shimmering, slow-burn ballads "Babygirl" and "Workin' On It" featuring Lennon Stella and Sasha Sloan. Cuts like the buoyant "Lie to Me" and house music-infused "Evil Twin" also work to nicely push Trainor's sound forward. © Matt Collar /TiVo
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Ambient/New Age - Released October 30, 2020 | Epic

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Meghan Trainor always had a bit of old-fashioned showbiz razzle-dazzle to her style, so it's no surprise that she approaches a holiday album with gusto. A Very Trainor Christmas is filled with baubles, good cheer, and just a hint of camp and flirtation, enough to keep the album from sounding a little bit too comfy. The original material naturally are the moments that sound the most vivacious; "I Believe in Santa" rolls along to a bass thump that's surprisingly heavy for a holiday, while "My Kind of Present" is delivered with a wink. Sometimes Trainor veers a little bit too far away from standard fare -- apart from its title, nothing on "Naughty List" conveys Christmas, which is also true of the Earth, Wind & Fire collaboration "Holidays," which works hard to bring the spirit of "September" to December -- but most of the record is firmly within the realm of spirited seasonal soundtrack. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Pop - Released June 25, 2019 | Epic

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