According to Neilsen SoundScan, the pop star sold nearly 195,000 copies of her debut album Title, (237,511 when you could singles and streaming) which marks the biggest-selling debut for a female artist's first full-length album in over five years. Pretty impressive, right? What's even more impressive is that she managed to knock Taylor Swift's 1989 album to the #2 slot, which is only the third time that's happened since her album came out three months ago.
"My influences and I hope they relate to the concepts that I talk about," Meghan recently told MTV News about what she hopes fans learn about her on this album. "Cause they are very real and very personal."
And she's not kidding, she gets real, like really real. The "All About That Bass" singer mixes her throwback doo-wop sound with personal situations that any one can relate to, from love, to heartbreak to being super confident with who you are.
And by the looks of it, Meghan is not slowing down any time soon. She's up for two Grammy nominations, she's hitting the road for That Bass tour next month and she just wrapped up a studio session creating a 'cute acoustic love thing' with Harry Styles.