Meghan Trainor Releases Album Art for ‘Title’ [PHOTO]

by | PopCrush

 

Meghan Trainor took to Twitter today (Oct. 20) to unveil the artwork for her upcoming album ‘Title.’

After teasing the album artwork in four pieces via Twitter, she finally posted the cover in its entirety a few hours later. Looking every bit as retro as she sounds, the colorful cover has Meghan sporting a fuzzy green coat with a look of surprise on her face. It looks every bit as fun and exciting as the singer herself!

Proclaiming she was ‘bringing booty back,’ the Nantucket, Mass., native became an instant success upon the release of her first single ‘All About That Bass’ — an infectious, ’60s inspired pop song acclaimed by many as a body acceptance anthem. The song eventually went on to make chart history in the UK, as it became the first act to enter The Official UK Top 40 Singles Chart based solely on streams, a full week before the single was officially released. The song kept its number one spot, making it the longest running number one from a female act in 2014.

Fans — dubbed ‘Megatronz’ by the singer — can pre-order ‘Title’ on iTunes beginning tonight (Oct. 20), receiving the track ‘Lips Are Movin’ immediately.

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