Meghan Trainor's Album 'Title' Tops a Million Sold

Courtesy of Epic Records
Meghan Trainor, "Title."

Nearly a year after its release, Meghan Trainor’s album Title has surpassed 1 million copies sold. The singer's debut full-length set, released Jan. 13, 2015 on Epic Records, sold another 14,000 in the week ending Dec. 31, raising its total sales to 1.007 million, according to Nielsen Music.

Thanks in part to its string of hit singles, Title has remained in the top 30 of the weekly Billboard 200 chart since its debut at No. 1 on the Jan. 31, 2015-dated list. This week (on the chart dated Jan. 16), it rises 22-19 (34,000 equivalent album units; down 13 percent).

The album’s latest hit single, "Like I’m Gonna Lose You," featuring John Legend, ranks at No. 10 for a fourth straight week on the Billboard Hot 100 after reaching No. 8. On the Radio Songs airplay chart, the love song hits a new peak, climbing 4-3 with 115 million in audience (up 8 percent).

On the Hot 100, "Lose You" follows the first three hit singles from Title: "All About That Bass," which spent eight weeks at No. 1 (passing Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" and "Black or White" for the longest-leading No. 1 in Epic's history); "Lips Are Movin" (No. 4); and "Dear Future Husband" (No. 14). The album's title cut (no pun intended) also charted, for a week at No. 100, although it was not promoted as an official single.