The singer dropped the colorful clip on Wednesday and we haven't stopped watching since. Those vibrant sets, the adorable outfits and, of course, all those lips, make this a must-see.
And you know who you have to thank for that? Only the biggest social-media influencers on the Internet.
Meghan hooked up with HP to do something that's never been done before: create the first-ever socially sourced video.
"HP is bending the rules because they are tapping content creators to produce and style the content in their own way," Vine star Robby Ayala told MTV News when we visited the set during filming. "It's been successful with their fans and they are amplifying that onto the music video scene and that's a really cool thing to see."
In addition Robby, Meghan invited Vine, Instagram and YouTube stars like Lizzza, Kristin Ess, Olivia "Chachi" Gonzales to be the set designers, producers, choreographers and hair and make-up artists for her vid.
"It's kind of a force on set here because it has a bunch of people with a lot of influence all building a music video," said Bri Emery, who was the set designer. "I do art direction and sets. I've been creating like Pinterest boards and mood boards."
And all of their combined vision certainly worked, resulting in a fun, vibrant video for the second single off Meghan's upcoming January 13 album, Title.
"When you use social influencers and match them with a mainstream artists like Meghan Trainor, you're taking two worlds and colliding them into one," Vine star Cody Johns said. "And creating something really awesome."