Meghan Trainor is the bubble-gum flavour of the moment pop star with her chart topping ‘skinny shaming’ deception worthy single “All About That Bass”. The song is marketing genius but nothing new or innovative. The lyrics degrade anyone who is “stick-figure” as the lyrics clearly point out and brands ‘chubby girls’ as the best thing since sliced bread.
This is the simple but shady strategy the music industry is forced to resort to so they can make a profit. Meghan Trainor barley gets by on her individual merits but with state of the art music video production; the entirely colourful and stimulating visuals used are designed to lure you in.
Although the naysayers will come out in droves to defend the little bit of talent Meghan Trainor has, but if her musical persona wasn’t praying on people’s insecurities to sell, would we even know who Meghan Trainor is? The answer to that rhetorical question is a big fat NO!
There are many people who see nothing but a puppet of the music industry being shoved into the faces of millions of people. If you don’t fit the so-called norm, Meghan Trainor is here for you. To fill the void in society, long as you feed her huge ego as she manipulates people with catchy lyrics and musical production.
The increasingly hopeless Meghan Trainor needs put out to pasture as every single released from the album “Title” such as “All About That Bass”, “Lips” and “Dear Future Husband” pray on any insecurity you have. This clever marketing deception technique is played out, but won’t stop until we all say no to the disposable bubble-gum music littering the charts.
If you watch the music video “All About That Bass” below. You will see everything illustrated in the article being used throughout the video.