Meghan Trainor Finally Releases ‘Title’ Music Video After Seven Years
Meghan Trainor has finally released the official music video for “Title” on Youtube, seven years after it was filmed. As the Clash of the Cover Bands judge explained, the track recently blew up on TikTok, so she got the okay to share it.
Meghan Trainor Releases ‘Title’ Music Video Filmed in 2014
“Title” happens to be the title song on Trainor’s debut album, also called Title. It was first released on her 2014 EP of the same name. Trainor filmed a music video for the song in 2014, and it was released with the Title special edition album the next year.
However, the music video has never been available on Trainor’s YouTube channel until now. As the singer wrote in a recent social media post, “When they don’t let you release the official music video until tik tok blows it up six years later.” She accompanied the comment with a clip of herself dancing to the lyric “kiss my ass goodbye.”
“Title” is definitely having a moment on TikTok these days. There are currently over 14,000 videos listed as featuring the song. Many of the clips feature people dancing to the aforementioned lyric, kissing their hand and then touching their rear end.
The Music Video Features a Male Beauty Pageant
The newly released video for “Title,” directed by Anthony Phan, features Trainor singing at a “Mister America” pageant. She performs in front of rows of men in tuxes, and backstage clips show the guys getting ready. At the end of the video, Trainor crowns the winner of the contest.
The bubbly pop song is sure to get stuck in your head. Trainor even raps on the track at one point, dancing on a staircase in a sparkly dress and green fur jacket. It’s crazy to think that the singer was just 20 years old when she filmed the video, and now she’s married with a baby.
Fans are loving the new release, sharing how much they loved the song when it first came out and how happy they are to see the music video. As one YouTube commenter wrote, “After six years, Title is finally getting the recognition it deserves!”