Meghan Trainor on Being 'Brave Enough' to Sing Songs With a Message
Billboard Women In Music ‘Chart Topper’ Meghan Trainor talks about the difficulties of establishing herself as a pop songwriter/artist after starting in Nashville and being "brave enough" to sing songs with a message.Read Meghan Trainor's full story here. Test of a thing of at hing that you test that you test of a thing that you test yes yes
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