Meghan Trainor - TREAT MYSELF
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2020 Ratings: #177 / 177
User Score
Based on 216 ratings
2020 Ratings: #335
January 31, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Epic / Label
Dance Pop, R&B / Genres
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Meghan Trainor's Treat Myself delivers the usual lip service to feminism that branding agencies employ to beef up the portfolios of their sexy, feminine clientele.


Delayed for over a year, Treat Myself lacks some of the effortless charm of her debut as Trainor trades her breezy singer/songwriter energy in favor of a sophisticated production style that sometimes threatens to lose her in the mix.

The Arts Desk

The songs that stay with you the longest are the sassiest or most heartfelt.

Spectrum Culture

There’s always something a little off about this album.


The pop star attempts to be all things to be all people, offering an overstimulating mix of sounds and a message of self-flagellation disguised as empowerment.


At times Meghan Trainor's third album sounds like Glee, and at others like the Love Island soundtrack. But it never sounds good.

The Young Folks

For an album that meant a lot to Trainor’s career, Treat Myself ends up being a tiresome listen filled with fabricated glam-pop worthy of the millennial garbage showcased on modern FM radio.

I can't even imagine how much she spent to have Nicki Minaj and *THE PUSSYCAT DOLLS* on her album. Probably half of the budget of this album.

Has Meghan matured any single bit since her past fiascos? No. Is this album any different from her past fiascos? You can say so. In an era of TikToks and lip balms, this is just a "modern" blend of all possible trends from the past 6 months. I just can't see how useful would it be writing a full review about this, so I'll sum up with: It's ... read more
Her Name is Nicole is shaking with this one

Last Year she released five singles (2 are pre singles with the pre order of the album), all of them flopped hard so her label delayed the album, weeks before the album release the album was deleted from pre order from amazon, iTunes and all.
Today she released an ep and put one of that pre singles on it, that song use the album cover on streaming services. Now the only pre single on Streaming with the album cover is the title track (on iTunes is now ... read more
I really hate pop sometimes. It just gives artists a green light to be as generic and ambition less as possible, because they know they’ll still be rewarded commercially. Meghan Trainor gives us 50 minutes of soulless sounds you’d hear at a bachelorette party.
Just a bland and generic pop album with zero personality or character. For what it is, it isn’t terrible I guess, but what’s the point? I just don’t really care. Production is the basic pop sound you would expect, and the songwriting is the same thing. Meghan Trainor isn’t interesting vocally, and she doesn’t really bring much personality, so these songs could be for anybody. It’s cookie cutter mainstream pop, and if that’s your thing maybe you see ... read more
Meghan's best album to date, filled with some great pop hits, but I'm still waiting for a little bit of substance.
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Track List

  1. Wave (feat. Mike Sabath)
  2. Nice to Meet Ya (feat. Nicki Minaj)
  3. Funk
  4. Babygirl
  5. Workin' On It (feat. Lennon Stella & Sasha Sloan)
  6. Ashes
  7. Lie To Me
  8. Here To Stay
  9. Blink
  10. Genetics (feat. The Pussycat Dolls)
  11. Evil Twin
  12. After You (feat. AJ Mitchell)
  13. Another Opinion
  14. No Excuses
  15. Have You Now
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Added on: June 20, 2018