By: Sebastien “The Gay Bestie” Gaudin
It’s not often that we hear a song that’s filled with personality and sass at the same time. Meghan Trainor lets every insecurity go and performs the heck out of her song “All About That Bass.” The track is filled with a feel good beat that’s perfect to blare in your bedroom. For some of you who still have sleepovers have no shame because this is the kind of song you want to rock out to with your besties.
Trainor uses the inspiration of spreading self-confidence and self-love due to the pressures of social media nowadays. Perfection is something that is glorified in the media, but truth be told many of us including celebs are far from perfect. A purpose driven song is perfect for the state of music.
Her sound is eclectic and one to be recognized for her individuality. In other words this chick has plenty of flavor and we’re not mad at it. The visuals for the song is plain fun to say the least and perfect or reality check for those who need it. Do yourself the favor and give Meghan Trainor a listen.
About The Writer:
As a New Jersey native it came as no surprise when Sebastien, birthed a knack for l talking and writing. During his college days the young blogger gained experience through international talkers such as The Maury Show and The Mo’nique Show. After years of interning and assisting the aspiring journalist threw caution to the wind and launched The Gay Bestie, LLC.
The lifestyle and culture company provides a different spin on love, sex, relationships, and fashion. #TGB focuses on the 21st Century woman and her loyal companion, other known as the gay bestie. Readers will find discussions that are usually held behind closed doors placed in the forefront to totally meet the needs of all. No, topic is ever off limits.
So ladies brace yourselves because Sebastien is taking you places where you’ll be sure to blush and share a laugh! He’s giving exactly what’s been missing. Grab you’re favorite beverage (i.e. red wine), sit back, and prepare to gab about this with your girlfriends the minute you see them.