Pop star Meghan Trainor reluctantly scaled back on the love songs for her new album after a yelling from her dad. The 'All About That Bass' hitmaker has been in domestic bliss since her boyfriend, actor Daryl Sabara, proposed in December, and her personal happiness has heavily influenced her songwriting.
Meghan Trainor has two albums behind her. Title (2015) propelled her to stardom, with hits like All About the Bass, Lips Are Movin, Dear Future Husband and Like I'm Gonna Lose You.
The 2016 Trainor's LP Thank You graced us with more great songs such as Better, Me Too and No.
For quite some time now, Trainor has been busy, working on her third studio effort, and she is doing some interesting experimental stuff - with her family.
That's right, the 24-year-old singer/songwriter from Nantucket is collaborating with her family members, who are all singing and participating in her work.
But there are some serious changes in her album, because she is having family problems, especially with her dad.
Trainor got engaged to Spy Kids actor Daryl Sabara, and she is happy beyond this world. And that kind of an emotion is heavily influencing her songs, and, naturally, the whole upcoming album. She thinks that there are too many love songs on it, and she is now cutting some of them out of the LP.
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