Meghan Trainor Songs Remixed: Listen to 5 of the Best

These remixes are definitely "all about that bass."

Since dropping the dominating pop song "All About That Bass," Meghan Trainor was quick to shut down comments about being a one-hit wonder. She has proven to be far from that, in fact, with a heaping handful of hits, all of which have climbed the charts as Trainor simultaneously reaches new heights in her career -- such as having Britney Spears post a video dancing along to "Me Too" on Instagram. 

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While Trainor's songs are upbeat and poppy enough on their own, these remixes dive even deeper into the already infectious beats. Here’s a list of the best Meghan Trainor songs remixed for your listening pleasure.

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"Me Too" (OnOff DJ)

The funky bass line heard on the original Meghan Trainor song is emphasized here, even as more textures are layered on top throughout this remix. While each verse stays true to the original, the chorus is completely replaced by electronically produced beat breakdowns giving the song a whole new feel. 

"All About That Bass" (Crysis Remix)

True to its title, this song turns the bass way up -- resulting in energetic remix. And though the original Meghan Trainor song is mostly deconstructed here, the pieces are put back together in an inventive and catchy way making for an equally -- if not more -- satisfying song. 

"Marvin Gaye" (Shades Remix)

Though this song isn't Trainor's own, her guest vocals are undeniable -- both on the original and this remix, which elevates them to then next level with support from bright and airy production. As a whole, this feel good remix fast tracks the slow-jam in the best way possible.

"All About That Bass" (Tough Love Remix)

This version builds off little from the original, save for the repeated and most prominent line, "Because you know I'm all about that bass." Though here, the line is delivered by a male voice through a vocoder, making the track sound more like a techno jam than pop tune. 

"Better When I'm Dancin'" (Fileum Remix)

The remix of this song -- which was recorded for The Peanuts Movie soundtrack -- is actually a more mellow and melodic take on the original. Meghan Trainor's vocals sail over tropical techno beats here, resulting in a laid-back and breezy track. 

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