Meghan Trainor is a GRAMMY® Award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Nantucket, Massachusetts. Not too long ago, she released a wonderful performance video for her “Bad For Me (Acoustic)” single featuring Teddy Swims.
Meghan Trainor – “Bad For Me (Acoustic)” video featuring Teddy Swims
The stripped-back track elevates both Meghan’s impassioned vocals, as well as the vulnerable lyrics about walking away from a toxic relationship. Later, Teddy’s vocals uplift the song’s sentiment.
The accompanying video sees the pair performing the song together live in a recording studio, along with a pianist and guitarist. The setting allows fans to experience the song in a new, more intimate format while still paying homage to the whimsical world of the original music video.
Meghan Trainor – “Bad For Me” original music video
“My dad actually sent me Teddy’s video for ‘Broke,’ and I’ve been so obsessed with him ever since. It’s a dream to record with someone who has that good of a voice, and he’s the sweetest guy ever. The song is a true story for me. It’s about how I stood up for myself and took a step back from a relationship that was hurting me more than anything. It’s hard to do, but I needed to in order to feel better.” – Meghan Trainor explained
Earlier this summer, Meghan announced her anxiously awaited fourth full-length album, “Takin’ It Back,” arriving October 21st, 2022, via Epic Records. This time around, she made a conscious decision to hark back to the signature sound she introduced on her 2015 full-length debut, TITLE, and bring it forward to today.
Meghan Trainor – “Takin’ It Back” album
“I tried to do the doo-wop feel I had at the beginning of my career, but the 2022 version of it. This is from the new Meghan who is a wife and mom with a baby. This is from me right now. I decided to give the people what they want, but with my spices added to it. I wanted to make my Title 2.0.” – Meghan Trainor explained
To bring the project to life, Meghan worked closely alongside a “core squad” of Gian Stone, Federico Vindver, Sean Douglas, and little brother, Justin Trainor out of her own home studio. Musically, she integrated doo-wop and classic harmonies into one anthem after another taking you through her journey into marriage, motherhood, and achieving a new level of confidence.
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