IAMA Winner Meghan Trainor Wins Big

Meghan Trainor accepting award for Top Hot 100 Song at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards, beating out Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea and John Legend

Meghan Trainor accepting award for Top Hot 100 Song at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards, beating out Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea and John Legend

It was a big night at the Billboard Music Awards last night in Las Vegas. Meghan Trainor was nominated for nine Billboard Music Awards and she won two big awards: “Top 100 Song” and “Top Digital Song”.  On winning the Top 100 Song, she beat the biggest names in music business of today: Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea and John Legend.

“Oh my goodness, I didn’t think this would happen, thank you so much. I want to say thank you to my Mom and my Dad for believing in me since I was a baby. And thank you to my management, my label and everyone for believing in this song (All About That Bass). I just want everyone to love themselves. I’m glad this song is working. Thank you so much Billboard, thank you everyone”, said Meghan Trainor, who was overwhelmed with tears of joy, and cheers from the audience and the biggest music stars in the audience: Taylor Swift, Mariah Carey, including Meghan’s father Gary. To watch her acceptance speech, click here: https://www.facebook.com/inacoustic/posts/1115032418523166

She performed with John Legend at the Billboard Music Awards. To watch her performance with John Legend, click here: https://www.facebook.com/inacoustic/posts/1115035211856220

John Legend and Meghan Trainor perform during the 2015 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 17, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Meghan Trainor performing with John Legend at the Billboard Music Awards

Since this time last year, the 21year-old was nominated for two Grammy Awards, performed with top artists like Miranda Lambert and taken the world – and the music charts – by storm, reaching number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 for 9 weeks, number one in 58 different countries (including USA, UK, Canada, etc), selling over 12 million copies, making her hit one of the best selling debut singles in pop history. Her album “Title” debut at number one on the Billboard 200 Album charts and became the fastest selling album in 5 years by a debut female artist. She has also been traveling overseas in places like Europe and Japan performing in her “That Bass Tour,” which she will wrap up toward the end of this month.

Her follow-up smash hit “Lips are moving” hit #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. Her third smash hit single “Dear Future Husband” is currently #16 with a bullet on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Only turned 21 years ago a few months ago, Meghan Trainor has set the world on fire since winning IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards) in 2010 for Best Female Artist as a 16 year old at the time of her win. Meghan still holds the record for the youngest winner in the history of the IAMA (International Acoustic Music Awards).

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6 Responses to “IAMA Winner Meghan Trainor Wins Big”

  1. So happy for you Meghan!!! You are a true inspiration!!! You didn’t give up! You stayed true to yourself! Your hard work, and pursuance of your dream, is the reason your dream came true!! You are more than just a one hit wonder!!! You go girl!!! Xo w:-)

  2. EezyManuel says:

    Lovely and nice to hear this. I do love singing and listening to music you are now a new inspiration to me wish I could meet you work with you and share my ideas with you. But don’t know how. Music is the only that keeps me going. So please don’t stop singing.

  3. Denise Troy says:

    Meghan a creative, fresh new deserving artist who has been an established songwriter for quiet sometime at such a young age!
    Congrats to you and your upcoming tour. An inspiration for my band Run Jenny

  4. Rose Pyatt(Singer, songwriter, guitar player) says:

    I love your songs, especially, “All about the bass”!!! You go girl, more power to ya!

  5. Harvey Young II says:

    Congratulations Meghan, It has to be a wonderful feeling to accomplish these musical triumphs at such a young age. Be careful and enjoy your success.

  6. Tori Darke says:

    A huge congratulations Meghan, I started following your music when you won your first award. You are truly an inspiration to young artists wanting to get out their and showcase their music. You have proved that you don’t have to be a MAJOR artist to achieve this. Well done and i will continue to listen to your music.
    I am also an artist in Australia, hope you might also check out my music sometime.
    Again congratulations!

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