Meghan Trainor Closes Out The Second Night Of L.A. Pride With Uplifting Performance
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA –
“…The last act of the night and one of the main attractions of the weekend was Meghan Trainor. After releasing her hit single “All About That Bass” in 2014, and having it become one of the best singles of all time, expectations were high. She released her debut album “Title” in 2015 and it drew much acclaim.
Trainor’s been able to maintain a chart-topping career thus far which has been centered around her unique brand of 1960s inspired pop music. She frequently speaks about body image, empowerment, and equal rights in her lyrics and openly supports the LGBTQ community.
Trainor appeared on stage in a rainbow bodysuit and proudly proclaimed that it was the first time she ever had worn a thong. Later on, she added a huge ruffled rainbow train to transform her leotard into a dress. Throughout her set, she was constantly pointing to fans in the crowd and acknowledging their excitement. While singing “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” I noticed she began to sign the lyrics to a deaf fan. The connection Trainor has with her fans is evident. Her lyrics are written with thought and intention, hoping to uplift the very fans that uplifted her…”