Meghan Trainor plans to make a reggae album

Meghan Trainor

Meghan Trainor

'All About That Bass' hitmaker Meghan Trainor wants to make a reggae album.

Meghan Trainor wants to make a reggae album.

The 'All About That Bass' hitmaker will release her debut LP 'Title' in the UK in January, but has already started mapping out what she wants to achieve on subsequent releases, on which she hopes to explore other genres.

She said: "I want it to be crazy. I want it to be awesome. I want it to be different."

The 20-year-old singer - who will also release her second single 'Lips Are Movin' in the UK next month - explained she doesn't want to be pigeon-holed into the shoo-wop sound from her singles, and has other styles which she will be expressing.

She continued: "Because as a songwriter, I'm not just shoo-woppy. It's just clicked."

Expanding on the type of music which she might explore next, she quipped: "I wanna be like, yo - I wanna get my reggae out there!"

However, the blonde beauty admitted she is still a huge fan of the sound of her current music, and thinks it has been received so positively because it is "timeless".

She said: "My favourite part of the doo-wop style is that it's timeless. You can sing 'Build Me Up Buttercup' and everyone's, like, 'This is my jam!'"

Meghan Trainor

Trainor, best know for 'All About That Bass' number one single, takes off on tour, touting her 50s, doo-wop inspired sounds across the country.


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