9 Things You Didn’t Know About Meghan Trainor
Meghan Trainor is considered an unlikely pop star. She came out of nowhere in 2014 with her curvy body and her booty-popping hit, “All About That Bass.” Even she is surprised by the level of fame she’s achieved, but she better get used to it cause she’s here to stay. There’s still so much that people don’t know about the Grammy-winning singer, which is why we have 9 things here to help you get to know the wickedly talented young star:
9. Songwriting Genius
The singer-songwriter has not only written a number of successful songs for herself, but she’s also written hits for other artists. She wrote “Sledgehammer” and “Brave Beautiful Honest” for Fifth Harmony; “Ain’t Your Mama” for Jennifer Lopez; “Road Less Traveled” for Lauren Alaina; “Painkiller” for Justin Derulo; “Can’t Blame a Girl for Trying” for Sabrina Carpenter; and “I Like the Sound of That” for Rascal Flatts.
Meghan Elizabeth Trainor was born on December 22, 1993, in Nantucket, Massachusetts, to her mother Kelly Anne and her father Gary Trainor, who was a music teacher and a musician. She has one older brother, Ryan, and a younger brother, Justin. She and her two brothers left Nantucket when she was in the eighth grade. Her mother first moved them to Orleans, Massachusetts, before moving to North Eastham, Massachusetts, where she and her brothers attended Nauset Regional High School.