“Meghan Trainor has the number one album in 55 countries, including the US,” Epic Records Chairman L.A. Reid said as he presented Trainor with a plaque commemorating 10 million downloads at her album release party for Title at Warwick last night. “And if that is not impressive enough,” he continued, “She has the longest running number one record All About That Bass in the history of Epic Records. Now, I have to put that in perspective, the longest running number one record before was Michael Jackson’s Beat It and Billy Jean.”
The 21-year-old singer had a good time with wall-to-wall friends, including her DJ, Nick Cannon. “I’ve never heard this song before … hit it!” Trainor yelled over the din as Cannon spun her first hit. Wee sliders, tacos, and headphone-shaped cookies circulated amongst the revelers, included the A&R (artists and repertoire) guy who discovered Trainor—who also got a shout-out from Reid. “Without Paul Pontius, I wouldn’t even know Meghan Trainor–superstar!” Clinique debuted a limited edition cosmetic bag designed by Trainor, who danced the night away surrounded by well-wishers.