Meghan Trainor Let You Be Right and Can't Dance

Meghan Trainor Let You Be Right and Can't Dance

GRAMMY Award-winning singer-songwriter, and producer Meghan Trainor has released not one, but two new songs from her forthcoming third full-length studio album. First up, she shares the sassy and sexy single Let You Be Right in addition to another track entitled Can't Dance.


Stream or buy Let You Be Right here and Can't Dance here via Epic Records and Sony Music Entertainment Australia.


Trainor says: "I was going to release just one song today, but I'm too excited so I'm giving you two! Let's Dance."

Let You Be Right is a bright and buoyant production, punctuated by a funky bass and finger-snaps which drive the beat before Trainor serves up a slick and sizzling chant, "I don't wanna fight tonight. I'ma let you be right." From the verses to the hook, it just feels right in every way. Meanwhile, Can't Dance offers up a once-in-a-lifetime invitation to a shy boy in the club as she croons, "Even if you can't dance, just hold my hips." Powered by her seismic delivery and endless charisma, the song is a confident and catchy banger.


These tracks arrive hot on the heels of the album's show-stopping first single No Excuses which hit #1 on the U.S. iTunes singles chart and lit up at both the U.S. Pop and Hot AC radio, where it recently broke into the top 10 and is rising.

Critics immediately adored this anthem of empowerment. People claimed, "With its confident lyrics and 80s tinged-production, No Excuses is an instant day-brightener," while Forbes wrote, "Meghan Trainor has crafted a stellar pop hook, she has returned to the spotlight to begin another era of her already stellar career, and has gifted the world with another pop smash."


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. 


Trainor cemented her rising status as one of the most prominent artists in popular music by charting seven U.S. multi-Platinum singles, releasing two U.S. Platinum albums, selling out three headline tours, writing U.S. multi-Platinum hits for top pop and country artists, and receiving countless industry awards and nominations worldwide.


Locally, Trainor amassed a massive Australian following after the release of her ARIA #1, 2 x Platinum debut album, TITLE,  and her sophomore Platinum release, THANK YOU. She is one of only five female artists to receive a U.S. Diamond certification for her hit single -All About That Bass', which incredibly shares the RIAA Gold & Platinum Awards top honour with only 15 other singles in history, which in Australia hit #1 and achieved a huge 8 x Platinum certification.