The new hit, “All About That Bass”, by Meghan Trainor is not only catchy, but uses clever lyrics to discourage stereotypes and promote self-confidence. Unlike most songs and music videos Trainor goes against stereotypes regarding how women should look. Her lyrics such as “I see the magazine workin' that Photoshop We know that s**t ain't real C'mon now, make it stop” clearly go against things in everyday life that cause unrealistic expectations and play into creating stereotypes. Although some may say this topic has been covered before in music, I found that while some songs do go against stereotypes this one went about it in a very blatant way, allowing all listeners to understand the message behind it. In another line, Trainor promotes self confidence and once again puts down beauty stereotypes when saying, “’cause every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top.” And “you know I wont be no stick figure, silicone Barbie doll.” She continues to discourage these accepted beliefs throughout her music video by using ordinary people, rather than extremely thin models or dancers. While some people may think sending the message in such an obvious way makes it seem satirical and less serious I found that it simply made it easy to understand. Although it is portrayed in a carefree way it still gets an important message across. Trainor’s song goes against the stereotypical girl by expressing what most women look like and enforcing that all women are beautiful.