SiriusXM subscribers can listen to Meghan Trainor’s new channel, The Meghan Trainor Channel, on channel 14 in their cars and on the SiriusXM app for a limited time.
Meghan Trainor teams up with SiriusXM for her own channel, featuring hand-picked classics, inspired favorites, Meghan’s personal stories and songs, and much more in celebration of Women’s History Month. The Meghan Trainor Channel will air for one week on SiriusXM Channel 14 beginning March 7 and for 30 days on the SXM app.
Featuring “a fun, unique, and diverse roller-coaster ride through Meghan’s musical essentials,” the channel features hits from legendary artists like Stevie Wonder, Dolly Parton, ABBA, and Ray Charles, along with new favorites from Beyonce, Harry Styles, Bruno Mars, Madonna, and Britney Spears. The channel will also feature Meghan’s own music, like her 2014 hit single “All About That Bass.”
Since releasing “All About That Bass,” which became diamond-certified, the singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist won a Grammy for Best New Artist, achieving eight multi-platinum singles, two multi-platinum albums, three sold-out world tours, and written hits for her peers across pop and country. Meghan Trainor has received numerous industry awards and nominations.
In 2020, Trainor released her third full-length album, Treat Myself, which included the hit “No Excuses,” “Nice To Meet Ya (feat. Nicki Minaj),” “Genetics (feat. Pussycat Dolls),” and “Wave (feat. Mike Sabath).” The end of 2020 saw the release of Meghan’s first Christmas album, A Very Trainor Christmas, featuring “White Christmas” with Seth MacFarlane.
Last year, Meghan Trainor released her fourth album, Takin’ It Back, featuring the certified platinum hit “Made You Look,” which took the number one spot on Billboard’s Adult Pop Airplay chart and Hot AC chart. This year marks her literary debut with Dear Future Mama, a “humorous and unflinching” guide to pregnancy and motherhood. Trainor and her husband, Daryl Sabara, are expecting their second child.
Throughout March, SiriusXM celebrates Women’s History Month with limited-run channels and specials across music, talk, and sports. Subscribers can expect to hear music channels about pop power singers, the queens of hip-hop, the women of country and rock, and more.