“It’s been so weird,” Meghan Trainor confesses partway into a conversation about life, music, creativity and one’s place in the fame-o-sphere. “I’ve been told now is a bad time to be a pop star with a happy, up-tempo song …” She stops, knowing the irony of all artists being beaten to deliver just that: a […]

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