In honor of Meghan Trainor's 24th birthday tomorrow, Fuse is looking back at the pop star's impressive 2014 debut that saw her single, "All About That Bass," rise to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The GRAMMY winner spoke to Fuse about the song's music video, her own songwriting process, and the perks of being famous.
"I had no concepts [for the video]," Trainor explains. "But she came at me, give me the treatment, and it was a mixture of 'I like big butts, and I cannot lie!' with beauty school dropout. Those two mixed, and I was like, 'Perfect! Genius!'"
With her newfound celebrity status, Trainor revealed that the biggest perk of being famous is being able to talk to industry A-listers. "T-Pain called me, and I answered, and it was amazing! I love him...He knew I was a huge fan, and my friends connected me with him," she gushes.
Speaking of T-Pain, keep the throwback vibes going with the hitmaker's 2010 interview with Fuse, in which he reveals how he fell into his signature sound: