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Singer and songwriter, Pink aka Alecia Beth Moore is known to be a rebel in pop music but she has stayed true to herself for the past thirteen years in the music industry. She has sold 50 million records, received 3 Grammys, two Brit awards, five MTV Video Music Awards, and 18 Top 20 hits. Many Pink fans respect her because of her loyalty, realness, and of course her singing abilities. Pink showed the world her artistic talents in 2000 with her debut album, Can't Take Me Home. Her first album was considered to be R&B music because her voice was so soulful on the album. She had three top ten singles on the album, "There You Go," "Most Girls," and "You Make Me Sick."
However, Pink put her creativity to the test when she decided to broaden her horizons musically because she just didn't want to be another overnight pop sensation. In other words, Pink chose another musical genre that would recognize her songwriting skills. She also wanted full control of her music from that point. So she released her second album Missundastood in 2001 which sold 10 million copies. The album is her greatest album to date in terms of record sales. These days, Pink continues to be an articulate voice in music and she has integrated several musical genres in her songs: rhythm and blues, pop, and rock. And TheCelebrityCafe.com would like to recognize top 10 Pink songs of all time. Okay here we go!
10. "There You Go" - This single was Pink was one of the break-up anthems for women in 2000. The song is about a women is tired of her boyfriend lies and mind games. And she is ready to move on in her life but her ex wants to see if he can get her back. But, she has the last laugh at the end of the video.
9. "Most Girls" - Pink expresses her ongoing desire to be loved and appreciated by a man. She is not focused on the finer things in life: cars, clothes, jewelry, or a house because she has those things already. She wants her man to cater to her needs: emotional and mental support, hugs, kisses, and laughs.
8. "Just Like a Pill" - This song is about a turbulent that is at it's worst because there's not growth. Pink compares her significant partner to a bad pill that is inside of her body. Pink says, "You're just like a pill, instead of making me better, you keep me making me ill. "
7. "Sober" - is a sad song that focuses on the "voices" we make in life. In other words, the song addresses identity crisis. And the individual is wondering how they can feel good in their own skin? Is it ok to be "just me" without being judged and looked at it constantly?
6. "Family Portrait" - is a personal song from Pink. She pours out her innermost feelings about her parents' divorce and how it played a negative role in her life. In the video, a little girl plays a younger version of Pink, wondering why her parents' divorcing. The little girl asking herself did I do something wrong and makes an attempt to do something right so her parents can stay together.
5. "Who Knew" - is about a child who died of a heroin drug overdose. The overall concept of the song is about someone's friendship crumbling due to the spirit of addiction and the cruel mentality of the world.
4. "Dear Mr. President" - This song is Pink's letter to George W. Bush, president at the time and his nonchalant attitude about the world. She asks the former president how can you sleep at night when innocent children and families are worrying about their next meal, where they're going to sleep, the increase in unemployment, and other financial circumstances that affect the world.
3. "Get the Party Started" - The song was the first song off of Pink's second album, Missundastood . It was a party record that was played constantly in the clubs, dances, and other locations that entertain their guest with music. As soon as they heard Pink say, "I'm coming out, so you betta get this party started," fans started dancing to her song on the dance floor.
2. "Please Don't Leave Me" - The single from Pink's album, Funhouse showed her vulnerability side in a relationship. She acknowledged that she didn't treat her lover right and she is willing to do whatever it takes to make it work. The woman in the song knows that she is not the easiest person to get along with but she wants her lover to know that she loves and needs him in her life.
1. "So What" - The song made fun of her legal separation with her husband, Carey Hart. At the time, Pink and Hart were about to pull the blog on their marriage. So, Pink as usual, has a sense of humor about her current situation. It was like , "I Don't Need You Attitude." But in the long run, Pink reconciled with her husband and they had their first child Willow.