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Join Us for the GPTW4All Social Event!
Join us for the GPTW4ALL Summit Social Event at the historic Masonic SF in San Francisco’s swanky Nob Hill for our annual evening celebration, featuring a performance by power-house multi-platinum, GRAMMY® Award singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor, presented by our partners at Hilton and Live Nation Entertainment.
Taking place on Wednesday, February 27th from 7:00pm - 10:00pm, we’re excited for you to connect with other Culture Rock Stars over savory and sweet bites reflective of the delicious diversity of San Francisco, and join us as we raise a toast to another year as a GPTW4ALL community.
Admission to the Social Event is included with your Great Place to Work For All Summit Pass.
7pm – 10pm
About Meghan Trainor
GRAMMY® Award-winning singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Meghan Trainor emerged with her 2014 breakout single “All About That Bass” and disrupted contemporary music with nostalgic pop beats and powerhouse vocals that delivered a worldwide anthem for female empowerment.
She cemented her rising status as one of the most prominent artists in popular music by charting seven multi-platinum singles, releasing two platinum albums, selling out three headline tours, writing multi-platinum hits for top pop and country artists, and receiving countless industry awards and nominations worldwide. She is one of only five female artists to receive a Diamond certification for her hit single “All About That Bass,” which shares the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards top honor with only 15 other singles in history.
After wrapping up her first season as a panelist on FOX’s hit series THE FOUR, Trainor introduced her next chapter and anxiously awaited third full-length album, TREAT MYSELF, by way of the introductory single “NO EXCUSES.”
The blockbuster single attracted praise from the likes of Forbes, People, Billboard and more right out of the gate and generated 100 million cumulative streams in just a few months’ time. The boisterous production from Andrew Wells and the artist herself underscores a deeper message encoded in the hook, “Your mama raised you better than that.”
“I love how so many women are standing up for what’s right,” says Trainor. “Sometimes, people talk down to me, because I’ve only been doing this for four years, so I wrote this song. It’s the modern version of ‘R-E-S-P-E-C-T.’ It’s all about equality and being kind.”
Enlightened by life changes and emboldened by her loved ones, the new music exudes more confidence, charisma, and charm than ever before. If happiness had a soundtrack, it would be this album.
To reach this point, Trainor triumphantly came back from a terrifying second vocal cord surgery, four months without speaking, and debilitating anxiety into a fiery and focused force of nature. Empowering herself through self-love and care, she bottles that energy within new music. Recorded primarily with producer Wells, it quickly became a family affair. On every anthem, she enlisted a choir—comprised of her mom, dad, brothers, and fiancé—to add backing vocals and a deeply personal touch.
Following the runaway success of “NO EXCUSES,” she amplified excitement with the release of two more hits from the forthcoming record, namely “LET YOU BE RIGHT” and “CAN’T DANCE.” With its funky strut and finger-snaps, the sultry and sexy single “LET YOU BE RIGHT” swings back and forth between flirty and fiery. Meanwhile, “CAN’T DANCE” could make any wallflower blossom as it two-steps towards a coy command on the chorus disguised as an invitation. The show-stopping “ALL THE WAYS” impacted audiences on all fronts, fueling a high-profile Target campaign and putting up impressive streaming numbers within weeks of release. However, the title track “TREAT MYSELF” encapsulates the album’s message most clearly within the chorus “Let me give myself a hand.”
“I decided to work on myself more,” she admits. “I started exercising, eating healthier, and feeling better mentally. Instead of saying, ‘I love myself’, I began actually loving myself. My fiancé loves me so damn much that I realized I needed to love myself like that. As a result, I made my dream album. I’m in a really happy place.”
As the songs rolled out, she also returned to FOX’s THE FOUR for an explosive second season. Just as the music reflected her growth tenfold, her presence and confidence as a panelist on the breakout series did the same.
In the end, TREAT MYSELF is undoubtedly her biggest, brightest, and best body of work to date.