Hurt Me (From

Album: Hurt Me (From "Songland") - Single

Artist: Meghan Trainor

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Hurt Me (From "Songland") - Single By Artist Meghan Trainor

Title Artist Time
1
Hurt Me Meghan Trainor 3:17 USD 1.29

Reviews For Hurt Me (From "Songland") - Single By Artist Meghan Trainor

  • Love ❤️ great to HER voice

    5
    By MannyEsco7
    I like no money alright but it is good to her voice also I think no money alright is is her style but this is it reminds me of No
  • Meghan

    2
    By Mystic_Beast9
    Fits Meghan just I don’t like it
  • Wrong choice

    2
    By KingCalawayFan
    She should've chose the song "no money alright". This song is fine but "no money alright" is way catchier.
  • Love it!

    5
    By mickiduncan
    Keeps me moving and smiling!
  • Love the hook👍

    5
    By Job42:10
    Can not wait to hear more from this team.
  • A BOP!!

    5
    By JLNSJROCMPR
    Yesss
  • Boring

    1
    By user 263
    It sounds like all her other songs
  • Meh

    3
    By 🐍🐉5
    It is ok I just wanted her to sing alone but it is still a good song just not my favorite I still like it just meh
  • Oh Dear. Move on Meghan to the next phase. It’s reinvention time 😉

    1
    By DISCODAZE
    This is typical Meghan music. I do hope she reinvents herself for the next album. All about that bass, lips are movin’ both brilliant. But time to leave that sound behind and move on. Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift to name a few for instance who are very inventive and diverse. We want to look forward to an artist who does that with new music. It makes us excited to see what’s next for them and us.
  • It had Meghan’s name written right from the start 😬

    4
    By FicoCh
    Well, the minute Kole started singing her song, I was sure that it was amazingly suitable for Meghan and so I thought she was going to pick either Alone or the other song just to go and try a different direction. I like “Hurt Me” - it is indeed catchy, boppy, the kind of radio friendly song that one might want nowadays. Final cut is a tad overproduced (Teddeeeer why oh why), but overall is a good song.

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