Meghan Trainor


Dancehall Is Pop Now, but We Can’t Let Pop Stars Steal Dancehall

Imagine competing with artists in your country and then having to factor an entire industry willing to poach aspects of your identity.


Do Songs by Female Pop Stars Always Need to Have a Feminist Message?

We should allow female artists the space and agency to be creative without subscribing them to a set of rules that male artists are still largely exempt from.


Did Amy Schumer Just Jock PC Music in Her Recent Ode to Butts?

This is what you think is hot.


2014: The Year Feminism Reclaimed Pop

This year feminism was as big of a buzz word as booty, but are Nicki, Bey, Taylor, J.Lo, Iggy, Meghan Trainor, et al pushing the conversation forward? We assess the situation.


How A Youtube Channel of Covers Hacked The Music Industry

Postmodern Jukebox has chiselled away at the walls the music industry has put up for traditional musicians; now they're touring the world and racking up 100 million + views. But is it any good?


Here Is Spotify's List of the Most Streamed Music of 2014, or What the Fuck Is Metropopolis?

Spotify made up a genre, and a lot of people listened to Ed Sheeran.


What Is the Biggest Song in the Country Right Now? Taylor Swift Versus Dej Loaf Versus Michelle Obama

Taylor Swift released a new song that's already the top song on iTunes, Justin Bieber remixed Meghan Trainor, and everyone else wants to remix Dej Loaf.


Is Anyone Here Actually 'All About That Bass'?

We scoured SoundCloud to find out whether Meghan Trainor's body-positive booty jam can actually bring the bassweight.


How Did Meghan Trainor Become A Thing?

Behind every great butt is a great PR strategy


What Is the Biggest Song in the Country Right Now? Vol. 3: Jason Aldean, Lorde, and Taylor Swift

Is being on the next Hunger Games movie soundtrack enough fuel to be the biggest thing around, or are America's ears tuned in to Kansas City radio?


In Defense of Boobs: In Search Of The Neglected Body Part

Beyoncé's vision of the future in which an anally fixated dystopia arose out of the ashes of Britney and Xtina’s boring old midriffs has arrived.