Meghan Trainor's All about that bass at Number 1 on billboard .


Meghan Trainor's all about that bass is rising with a sudden speed both on amazon and on billboard. The music lyrics page views is also climbing at a fast pace about a week from now and continues to do so.

This got my attention today and will like to blog about Meghan's "ALL ABOUT THAT BASS SONG". The bass music is actually a contributor to our recent 1000,000 page views and we say thank you Meghan.
A first impression on the music title and not watching the video or even listening to the song might send a wrong message of Meghan talking about a musical note or the bass instrument.

It actually sounds like a metaphor when you compare the title to the real hidden message in it.  But please shake off that B from that Bass and you will know what she is really talking about. Especially if you haven't watched the music video or even read the lyrics.

"About That Bass" is the presentation single by American recording artist Meghan Trainor. It was released by Epic Records in June 2014  and was co-composed by Meghan Trainor and Kevin Kadish. Musically, "About That Bass" is a pop and doo wop tune that contains verses of body positive subjects. As of October 22, 2014, it has sold 3,052,000 copies in the US and has been certified Multi-Platinum by RIAA



Yeah, it's pretty clear, I ain't no size two

But I can shake it, shake it

Like I'm supposed to do

'Cause I got that boom boom that all the boys chase

And all the right junk in all the right places

The sudden controversial outbreak of social discussions throughout the networks like Facebook on her own page, twitter and googleplus has even made her music more popular. In a society, when you try to talk or create an artistic value based on people's emotions or sensitive nature always makes a viral approach and stirs epic conversations. This is what Meghan did and this is what has taken her to the top of the charts.

With the recent controversy about the music's feminism approach and other size-positivity scenes. Personally i think Meghan is an artist who uses emotional feelings or what is bordering certain aspects of the society and makes awareness of it with her music. No wonder this song is now reigning at No1. position on billboard.com

Globally, All about that bass has topped the outlines in Australia, Austria, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Mexico, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, and crested inside the main ten of the graphs in different nations.

According to comments and as i watched the video myself, there is this scene where a fat girl uses her bom to push a thin or should i say a slim :) girl out of the picture. It looks a little bit interesting and fun when you watch. If you happen to be fat, you might rejoice or have fun with it, but if you are thin, LOL.


According to Obligatory Tina Fey on reddit with 283 points, he said

" This song does so little to challenge a culture of body objectification. It just changes the size and shape of what makes a woman valuable, not locate a sense of self-worth outside of appearance or even one not intrinsically tied to what men want. The message of this song seems to be: "I'm chunky, but don't worry, I can still get men to fuck me".
 

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More and more controversies surround this music but the fact is it still stays at number 1 on billboard and Meghan keeps on making money and entertaining fans.






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