Meghan Trainor Celebrates Her “Genetics” With A Floor-Filling Banger
Meghan Trainor heads straight to the dance floor on yet another self-assured anthem. The pop sweetheart blessed this week’s New Music Friday lineup with “Genetics.” And her latest goes very, very hard. On it, she celebrates her genetic makeup over a stomping production courtesy of Mike Sabath. “Beauty queen since 17. At least to me, I was born with it. Maybelline is good to me, but I believe I was born with it,” M-Train chants. That leads to the massive, sing- and spell-along chorus. “How you get that bod? Is it from God? Did you work real hard,” she sings.
“G-E-N-E-T-I-C-S. How you get that bass? Is it all fake? Made in LA? G-E-N-E-T-I-C-S.” It’s the sort of feel-good anthem no one does quite the same as Meghan. And hopefully this one will net the “With You” diva another chart-dominating smash. I’m also hoping it’s a sign that the 25-year-old is getting ready to unleash her new album on the world. Currently the oft-delayed but eagerly awaited project is due in 2020. What was the reason for the hold up? In a recent interview with Metro, she explained that she had been writing too many love songs after saying “I do” to Daryl Sabara last December.
If “Genetics” is anything to go off, it’s clear Meghan’s moving past that problem with ease. Fall in love with the fun banger below.