Meghan Trainor was born on December 22, 1993, in Massachusetts. She is a singer, songwriter, and a producer. Meghan is mostly famous for such hits as “All About That Bass”, “No”, and “Lips Are Movin”.
Meghan started singing when she was just 6 and writing songs since 11. In 2004, she performed for the first time at her aunt’s wedding, where she sang “Heart and Soul”.
In 2005, Meghan started singing professionally. She was part of the band Island Fusion, which consisted of her family members. The first Trainor’s song was called “Give Me a Chance”. While studying in high school, Meghan joined a jazz band and rehearsed at her home studio. At 15, Meghan enrolled at Berklee College of Music.
When Meghan turned 18, she started writing songs professionally. A little later, she independently released two albums I’ll Sing With You and Only 17. She wrote songs for Shay Mooney from the duo Dan + Shay and for Hunter Hayes from R5.