all about that bass

The "All About That Bass" singer went on the ride of her life with James Corden.
When Trainor wrote this song, she probably didn't mean to reference a male voice. I'm sure her intention was quite the opposite
Pop singer Meghan Trainor's momma may have told her "not to worry about your size" as she sings in her adorable hit, All About That Bass, but when it comes to your travel suitcase, size and weight definitely do matter.
Last year, Meghan Trainor became a household name with her bootylicious female anthem "All About That Bass." While that song was huge, the singer/songwriter proved she was more than simply a one-hit wonder with her ginormous debut album Title.
"Mommy, I see your bass!" yelled Carmen, cackling her baby hyena laugh. "My what?!" "Your bass! You're wearing lace panties!"
Sam Smith won the coveted Song of the Year award at the Grammys on Sunday. "I'm having a really good night," Smith said, after
Taylor Hatala is giving Taylor Swift a run for her money. The 11-year-old YouTube sensation, famous for her viral "Shake
The Grammys are upon us. As I ponder the nominees in the category of "Song of the Year" on my Recording Academy voting ballot I'm happy to report that all five compositions were written by no more than three songwriters. Why does this make me smile? 
Bassist/singer Kate Davis would be a multimillionaire if she had a dollar for every click on her collaboration with the online video project Postmodern Jukebox turning Meghan Trainor's megahit into a genre-bending stride-and-swing.
The person kicking ass in a negotiation might have ovaries, but that doesn't require her to smile sweetly and make sure everyone is okay with the outcome of the deal. She has an agenda, just like everyone else, and if her agenda wins, that does not make her a bitch, it makes her a success.