Our Favourite Remixes Of Meghan Trainor’s Tracks

Although she’s best known for her catchy pop radio singles, singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor is far from a one-hit wonder. If taking home the 2015 Grammy Award for Best New Artist isn’t enough of an indication, the 24-year-old has proven she’s a dominating pop artist with her growing roster of chart topping hits.

While Trainor’s songs are always fun and upbeat enough on their own, these remixes turn her infectious beats into playlist repeats. Here’s some of our favourite remixes of Meghan Trainor’s most popular tracks.

 

“All About That Bass” (Crysis Remix)

True to the name, this remix takes the bass and turns it all the way up. This energetic version sees Trainor’s hit track deconstructed and then put back together in a unique but catchy way that makes it rival that of its original tune. The bold electronic beats give the song a whole new feel.

 

“Better When I’m Dancin’” (Fileum Remix)

The original version of this song was recorded for The Peanuts Movie soundtrack and is a flowy, happy jam that stays true to Trainor’s upbeat aesthetic. However, the remix offers a more calm and mellow take on the original that hears the artist’s smooth vocals sail over the tropical-inspired riffs.

 

“Me Too” (OnOff DJ)

This funky remix of “Me Too” highlights the bass line heard on Trainor’s original track while also adding a variety of new layers and textures throughout. While each verse stays true to the original, the chorus is entirely swapped out for electro beats that turn the track into something entirely new.

 

“Marvin Gaye” (10K Islands Remix)

Although this isn’t Trainor’s own song, her vocals on Charlie Puth’s “Marvin Gaye” shine through on this remix. The bright, airy production has an island vibe to it that’s sunny but not over the top. It’s a feel good remix that kicks the original slow-jam up a notch.

 

“All About That Bass” (Tough Love Remix)

This remix is very different from that of Trainor’s original but it’s a welcome change that transitions the track from a pop tune to a house party jam. Filled with techno synths and a male voice delivering the song’s most prominent line, this version can’t help but make you want to dance.

Catch Meghan Trainor at the 2018 iHeartRadio MMVAs along with additional performers Kris Wu, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Alessia Cara, Halsey, and Marshmello featuring Anne-Marie.

The 2018 iHeartRadio MMVAs hosted by Awkwafina go down Sunday, August 26 at 9/7MT on CTV and Much.

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