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Title is Meghan Trainor's debut studio album that was released on January 9, 2015 by Epic Records.

Tracklisting

  1. The Best Part (Interlude) 0:25
  2. All About That Bass 3:11
  3. Dear Future Husband 3:04
  4. Close Your Eyes 3:42
  5. 3AM 3:07
  6. Like I'm Gonna Lose You (featuring John Legend) 3:46
  7. Bang Dem Sticks 3:01
  8. Walkashame 2:59
  9. Title 2:55
  10. What If I 3:20
  11. Lips Are Movin 3:02
  12. No Good For You 3:37
  13. Mr. Almost 3:16
  14. My Selfish Heart 3:47
  15. Credit 2:51

Album Background

Meghan Trainor initially released three albums: "Meghan Trainor" (in 2009), "I'll Sing with You" (in 2011) and "Only 17" (in 2011); they were all deleted in the build-up to the release of her debut album.

In July of 2014, Trainor said that she planned to complete the album by early fall. By mid-August, the album was thought to be completed, but Trainor told USA Today that a song that was written in 8 minutes was to be recorded for the album on the same day.

On August 30, 2014, Trainor told Jim Sullivan of the Cape Cod Times Title would be released in November or December 2014.

In an interview with Billboard on September 21, 2014, however, Trainor stated that the album was "pretty much done" and that she had one more song left to complete. She also said, "I'm saving huge singles for [Title]."

In October 2014, after Trainor took a two-month break because polyps were developing on her vocal cords, Kevin Kadish used demo vocal takes Trainor had recorded as guides. Trainor felt discouraged after her break; she told USA Today, "Kevin would calm me down, we'd dim the lights, so I wouldn't get frustrated".

Some of the album's material was recorded while Trainor laid on a bed Kadish made in the studio.

In an interview with Stacy Lambe of Out, Trainor said, "First album, you show them what you can do and then the second album, you can do whatever you want. And that's what I'm gonna do."

On October 14, 2014, she announced that the album contains a country song with production consisting entirely of her ukulele melody and that she was searching for a country artist to feature on the track.

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