Meghan Trainor is an American singer-songwriter and record producer. Her breakthrough came in 2014 when she released her debut single All About That Bass, which earned her a Billboard Music Award for Top Digital Song in 2015. She then signed with Epic Records and released her full-length 2015 album named Title.
Trainor was born to a musical family. Her father, Gary Trainor, was a music teacher and musician playing organ in a Methodist church. Her great-uncle Bob LaPalm was a member of the rock band NRBQ, while her aunt and uncle, Lisa and Burton Toney, are soca music performers and songwriters. Between the ages of 15 and 17, Trainor independently released three albums she wrote, recorded and performed herself.
Trainor has two brothers Ryan and Justin.