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Meghan Trainor Premieres Sexy 'No' Music Video With '90s Vibe [WATCH]

 

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Following the release of her new song, "No," off from her upcoming Thank You album, Meghan Trainor just premiered the music video of said track and it's sexy with a real 90's vibe.

"No" is the lead single of her second studio album that is set for release on May 13 via Epic Records. After teasing a glimpse of the music video on her Instagram account through a photo, the video is finally here which has a '90s or early 2000s feel.

Unlike her previous videos that are full of bright colors and a subtle vintage touch, the new video is visually darker. Trainor is seen wearing a black corset, a silver trench coat and mesh while dancing inside a warehouse along with other dancers as she sings the Ricky Reed produced song.

The "Dear Future Husband" singer flaunted her dark red hair in the sexy music video which is likened by Perez Hilton to the videos of Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera as she makes eye contact with the camera.

The music video, which was released March 21 on YouTube and Vevo, was directed by Fatima Robinson who also previously worked with Michael Jackson and Black Eyed Peas, Official Charts reported.

Meanwhile, Trainor revealed that her forthcoming Thank You album will be funkier than her debut album that featured the hit song, "All About That Bass."

"Also there's some of my Caribbean influences on this album, which I'm very excited about. Since I was seven, my Trinidadian uncle came into our family -- he married my aunt -- and I've been listening to Caribbean music," Trainor said according to Billboard. "I love Soca, this amazing genre that's calypso and Caribbean influenced. It makes you feel good and it's not on the radio as much over here as I want it to be. So I want to bring a bit over…. I'm trying to show all the genres that Meghan Trainor can do as a songwriter."

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