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We know you’re addicted to the tune of newbie Meghan Trainor’s chartbusting number All About That Bass. But you’ll love it more if you understand the philosophy behind it. It is about her being obese, and not caring a d**n about it. The song’s message is in its lyrics – I’m all about that bass, no treble – play on the importance of the bass guitar or the bottom, as Meghan Trainor likes to think. Also Read - People Exposed to Highest Levels of Traffic Noise Are at Greater Risk of Being Obese
In the song, she goes on to take a dig at the Barbie dolls, saying “You know I won’t be no stick figure silicone Barbie doll, So if that’s what you’re into then go ahead and move along“. Also Read - Meghan Trainor planning winter wedding
Meghan, herself a little on the fat side, her momma told her that “boys like a li’l bit of more booty to hold at night“. Ahem. “Skinny bitches” is another term she uses to express what she feels about the girls who are considered pretty just because they are slim.
The All About That Bass music video is funny but brings home the message about body acceptance, and the song’s tune is feel-good and Meghan’s voice, smooth. We think she is another challenge to ’em slimmer and prettier singers, just like Adele.
Watch the Billboard No.1 video All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor in the player below!