Meghan Trainor is not afraid to say "No," and she's gearing up to do just that on her new single. After initially teasing her new album Thank You and its lead single earlier this year, on Tuesday (March 1), the current Grammys Best New Artist revealed the artwork and release date for her new single, "No."
Trainor's "No" is due to be released this Friday, March 4, which falls in line with the teased "early March" release date she gave in February.
And, as though news of a pending new single just three days away wasn't enough for Trainor's fans, she also showed off the track's new artwork on her Instagram. Trainor is rocking a sequined green and deep blue dress, which adds a stunning contract to her new auburn hairdo and bright blue eyes. She's giving quite a sultry look to the camera, and the single's stylized artwork with a "NO" symbol in the O in "No" giving a little extra edge to the otherwise straightforward shot.
A photo posted by Meghan Trainor (@meghan_trainor) on Mar 1, 2016 at 10:49am PST
Artwork and a release date aren't the only things that Trainor has hinted about for "No." Last month, she tweeted out some sample lyrics from the track.
My name is #NO my sign is #NO my number is N — Meghan Trainor (@Meghan_Trainor) February 22, 2016
"No" is set to be the debut single off of Trainor's new album Thank You, which is due out for release later this year. Thank You will follow the release of Trainor's debut album Title, which featured her big hits "All About That Bass," "Lips Are Movin'" and "Like I'm Gonna Lose You."