Meghan Trainor - Title
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2015 Ratings: #884 / 915
User Score
Based on 287 ratings
2015 Ratings: #701
Liked by 1 person
January 13, 2015 / Release Date
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Epic / Label
Pop / Genres
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Far from consigning her to one-hit wonder territory, the blend of strength of personality and music-biz savvy on Title shows that Meghan Trainor is clever enough to parlay a big hit into a real career.

Rolling Stone

While the 21-year-old singer rocks more sass and self-empowerment on her full-length major-label debut, she's also charmingly old-fashioned.


Aside from an understandable naivete, Trainor's weaknesses are her stylistic cherry-picking and her compulsion to appear adorably relatable and socially correct all at once.

Slant Magazine

Trainor is no Amy Winehouse, lacking both that singer's raw emotive talent and Back to Black's ability to infuse her period sound with a distinctly 21st-century sonic and lyrical sophistication. This blue-eyed soul is ultimately just pale.


Trying to modernize the Andrews Sisters and the Brill Building via callbacks to nine-year-old Justin Timberlake songs may help her stand out momentarily from her Auto-Tuned chart rivals. But that won't make songs like the oldest-joke-in-the-book-ask-a-lawyer "Lips Are Movin'" any more compelling. 

The Guardian

Come for catchy hooks sung in an affected southern accent, not for insightful and, intimate songwriting.

Pretty Much Amazing

Trainor recycles the themes from every forgettable Billboard alumnus from the past decade, with a bit more color here and there, but not enough to distinguish herself from the pack.

this better have been a joke
Of course I'll give myself the pleasure of missing the opportunity of just saying "Review" to fit the album title... "Title". Wouldn't it be funny? Not as long as I can't put "Rating" as my rating - and the album itself is already a huge joke.

Meghan Trainor was destined into being a "bar singer": You don't know her, but you already listened to her at least once, covering pop songs in folk versions while devouring a huge hamburger at the local ... read more
Meghan trainer is a trash pop artist
This is real-girl pop with massive charm.
I'll be honest. I knew about All About That Bass before it got huge. I think I saw the music video because of an ad and I wasn't huge on it. I thought it wouldn't be a hit. I was definitely wrong. It grew on me a bit but not enough to pursue playing the album. Then she released second single Lips Are Movin' and I loved that song. Initially I wasn't fond of this album but eventually I came around and now I find this to be a very fun album. I'm excited to see what she does with her sophomore ... read more
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Track List

  1. The Best Part (Interlude)
  2. All About That Bass
  3. Dear Future Husband
  4. Close Your Eyes
  5. 3am
  6. Like I'm Gonna Lose You (featuring John Legend)
  7. Bang Dem Sticks
  8. Walkashame
  9. Title
  10. What If I
  11. Lips Are Movin 
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Added on: January 13, 2015