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Meghan Trainor is an American singer and songwriter. She hit the world like a firestorm with the best-selling record "All About That Bass". At only 22 she has released one best-selling album, and with a new album "Thank You" she is aiming to hold her position at the top of the billboards. She was born into a musical family December 22, 1993 on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, and started singing as early as seven years old. Already at 11 she told her father about her ambition to become a recording artist. Writing songs is one of her many musical passions, and with her parents support she developed that talent. They brought her to songwriting conventions and other venues where studios looking for new talent would attend. Through her teens, she explored and tried different musical styles and instruments. From the time she turned 15 until she was 17, she had recorded three albums with her own material. Only a year later at 18, she signed a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music. This was her first major step towards being able to make a living off music. She then wrote for a number of artists like Rascal Flatts and Sabrina Carpenter. Her big break came with the hit "All About That Bass". Within few weeks of the release, it topped the charts around the world. The song had originally been turned down by a number of studios before she, with her cowriter Kevin Kadish, decided to record the song themselves and have her do the vocal. The album "Title" was soon released, with new hits like "Lips Are Movin" and "To My Future Husband". In 2015, she had to cancel the remainder of the MTrain Tour when she had to have surgery for her a vocal cord hemorrhage. A scary, but rather common issue among singers. About the same time, Trainor wrote " Better When I'm Dancing" for the "Peanuts Movie" soundtrack. She soon recovered from her injury and in February won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. A few weeks after she released the first single "No" for her upcoming album "Thank You".