The new track from Meghan Trainor, “Blink” is a pop-filled, upbeat song that harmonizes her vocals against a steady beat. The song has a heavy bass and synthesizers that keep the tempo and lyrics, “You better not blink, cuz you don’t want to miss this. Better not, cuz you don’t want to miss this. There ain’t nobody like me baby.” The artist is filled with confidence, reminding her man that he better not blink because he doesn’t want to miss out on the relationship. In other words, he should be respectful and present in the form of being a good partner. Trainor is an artist that spreads positive energy for her fans to grab onto and emulate for themselves.
She is mostly known for her diamond-certified smash single “All About That Bass” the song which reminds young men and women to have a healthy self-esteem and not be swayed by the media to try and be physically different from who they are. The Grammy Award-winning singer has achieved eight multi-platinum singles and two platinum album and received countless industry awards and nominations. Following the release of “No Excuses,” and “Wave” featuring Mike Sabath, she is gearing up for her highly anticipated third full-length album, Treat Myself (Epic Records), coming out January 31, 2020.
Trainor will join Maroon 5 for a show on September 9, 2020 at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey. Back in 2016, Trainor released an album, Thank You which received good reviews in an article from mxdwn.com where the album is described as a self-empowering album, that will no doubt leave girls (or anyone for the matter of fact) motivated to put on their highest heels, their reddest lipstick, that dress to impress and hit out on their ‘champagne problems’. One could say this album is similar to one of Carly Rae Jepsen or of Ariana Grande; it’s girly and catchy. Despite its clichéd nature, it holds together on its own as a strong album on which the majority of the songs are very enjoyable.
This driven artist who was born in 1993 and raised in Massachusetts, became interested in music at an early age and was influenced by her family. At age 11, Trainor told her father that she wanted to become a recording artist and began writing songs, recording them using the digital audio workstation software GarageBand. Between the ages of 15 and 17, Trainor independently released three albums of material she had written, recorded, and performed. Her eponymous debut album, Meghan Trainor, was released on December 25, 2009, receiving airplay from local Massachusetts radio station WCIB.