On Friday the 13th, Meghan Trainor released her second studio album titled Thank You. The first single off the album was "No", which the world instantly fell in love with and has been belting out since it's release. Trainor brought back an early 2000s pop vibe we hadn't heard since, well the early 2000s, and she followed that up with "Me Too", which has completely different sound. It's a good sound, we promise!
Trainor knows how to bring her A-game within the music world, and the new red hair has only made her more powerful. Each song sounds different than her previous pieces of work, but they all excel as awesome pop tracks. One of our favorites off the album is a ballad called "Kindly Calm Me Down"; the song is slow, honest and vulnerable. Some other highlights include the female empowering "Woman Up", a dance-ready track, along with the great song "Mom", which Trainor wrote about her mother, who she very clearly cherishes. She also included the audio of a call with her mother into the track, and it just adds to the adorableness of Trainor's heart.
Trainor opens up on this album, and it seems like a thank you note to her fans for all the success she's already had. She also takes sometime to shout out the soul classics that gave the vibe on her first album. "Watch Me Do" is classic Meghan Trainor and is guaranteed to get you moving. A lot of the album has an island vibe, especially with "Thank You", but then she gets has a pop sound within it, especially in "Champagne Problems".
Overall, Thank You is a very good follow up album to Title. It dives deeper into the realms of pop music Trainor is taking a bite out of. Her vocals are exceedingly good, especially on the ballad "Kindly Calm Me Down" (we clearly can't get enough of it); the internet is bound to fill up with covers of that song.
Keep slaying Meghan, because we love it! Sound off in the comments with your favorite songs off the album!