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Meghan Trainor doesn't just make songs. She makes earworms—expertly crafted tunes with hooks so addictive that you can't get them out of your head, no matter how hard you try. It's why her debut 2014 single "All About That Bass" was such a smash and why her follow-up, 2016's "No," was arguably just as successful. Her songs are bouncy and catchy and fun, which is why they're great to sing at the top of your lungs.

And why they're even better to cover on YouTube. Type in "Meghan Trainor covers" on the video-sharing website and you'll be inundated with hundreds of hits. From straightforward covers to jazzy renditions and everything in between, fans have found so many ways to reinvent Trainor's songs and make them their own.

Naturally, this made Trainor a perfect candidate for Glamour's video series "You Sang My Song," in which we have artists watch and react to fans covering their hits on YouTube—and she was game to play along. The "No Excuses" singer stopped by our offices a few weeks ago and watched some fan covers, and her reactions are everything. It's beyond clear from this video that Trainor loves how fans are using her songs to express their own identities. She even said she likes one of the renditions "way better" than her original song. Find out which one by checking out the video, above.

Honestly, the woman who covered "All About That Bass" while playing an actual bass deserves a record deal and 19 Grammys immediately. Trainor needs to duet with her, like, tomorrow. I have some serious chills.

the yolk sustains us, we eat whites for days (unregistered), Tuesday, 3 April 2018 02:07 (three years ago) link



Halsey is done with the insults she and her fans are getting on Twitter.

The “Gasoline” singer delivered an epic clap back to a Youtuber who mocked her recent meet and greet in London. At the event, Halsey invited 100 of her fans to gather and listen to some of her music in a church. Many of the fans and Halsey herself cried.

But a Youtuber and Twitter user who goes by the name of “Christine Sydelko” had a problem with the whole thing and let Halsey know via tweets.

“This is THE WORST,” Sydelko tweeted with a link to an article about the fact the Halsey’s fans cried on listening to her new music.

“This is the most Halsey thing Halsey has ever done, she has out Halseyed herself” she also tweeted.

But Halsey wasn’t about to take the hate lying down. Using her official account (with the checkmark) she tweeted back at Sydelko.

“I met up with fans who sold me millions of albums. You got a verified check for making fun of me and yourself. Goooo away,” Halsey tweeted.”

But the 22 year old electropop singer wasn’t done with the Twitter war just yet.

“Can you shut the f**k up and let people like things. How does any of this affect you in a way that requires your comment,” she added.

She also sent out a tweet implying that the original tweeter was sending hate towards her because, “it’s edgy.”

Youtubers Christine Sydelko and Elijah Daniel made a parody video of Halsey and The Chainsmoker’s song “Closer.” It’s called Bingbong. They essentially replaced all of the lyrics of the original song with “Bing Bong.”

The meet and greet in London was obviously something near and dear to the singer’s heart, which explains why she went off in her response to the criticism.

Do you think that Halsey overreacted to the tweets by Christine Sydelko? What do you think of the “BingBong” parody video. Let us know in the comments below.

the yolk sustains us, we eat whites for days (unregistered), Tuesday, 3 April 2018 02:12 (three years ago) link

four weeks pass...
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ghood ghravie (unregistered), Thursday, 18 October 2018 23:55 (two years ago) link

five months pass...


lispectah deck (unregistered), Monday, 18 March 2019 13:13 (two years ago) link

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