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Meghan Trainor has already revealed the name of her forthcoming second full-length album, but her first set is still generating No. 1 Billboard hits.
Trainor tops Billboard's Adult Pop Songs airplay chart (dated Jan. 23), as "Like I'm Gonna Lose You," featuring John Legend, rises 2-1. She'd previously peaked as high as No. 2 on the chart with her debut hit "All About That Bass," in October 2014. Both songs, along with fellow hits "Lips Are Movin" and "Dear Future Husband," are from her debut full-length album Title, which, as reported last week, has surpassed 1 million copies sold, according to Nielsen Music.
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"Like" marks Trainor's second No. 1 on any Billboard airplay chart: "Bass" crowned both Pop Songs and the all-format Radio Songs rankings for three weeks each. "Bass" also topped the airplay/sales-streaming-based Billboard Hot 100 for eight weeks, becoming the longest-leading Hot 100 No. 1 in Epic Records' history.
Meanwhile, Legend lands his second Adult Pop Songs No. 1 in as many tries: his own "All of Me" reigned for four weeks in 2014; it also topped the Hot 100 for three weeks.
Last week, Trainor told E! News the name of her next album: Thank You (although no release date has yet been announced). "[It's] amazing to finally wrap it up," she said. "It kills you to hold these songs from the world, it really does, especially [the title cut], 'Thank You.' It's a song to my fans."
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