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Blue eyes, pink hair and bright identity – here are the main characteristics of Pink. She was born on September 8, 1979. Her real name is Alicia Beth Moore. For the first time she performed in Fever club in Philadelphia. Every Friday she read rap within five minutes until her performances were noticed. At 15, MSA Records offered her the contract as the background singer in “Basic Instinct” group.

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Good Prospects

The group existed not for long, but this didn't upset Pink who declared that “it is difficult for me to adapt to others”. She makes the songs before L.A. Red (the creator and the president of LaFace Records) and he suggests recording a solo album. Each song was followed by the note: “Yes, it is pleasant to me …. Yes, it will be a single”. Obvious admiration and appreciation of her talents help Pink to begin cooperation with the best authors, arrangers, producers, who worked with such well-known groups as “She'kspeare”, “Babyface”, and “112”.

Debut Single and Other songs

Emergence of Pink with the debut single "Can't Take Me Home" did a lot of noise. The world saw a miracle with neon hair - "the white girl who sings as if she was actually black". The most hit then were those songs, which Pink wrote in the gloomiest days, when she almost disappointed in music. In 2000 there was her 2nd single - "Most Girls", later - "You make me Sick". The single “There U Go” (it is the favourite song of Pink from the collection “Split Personality”) entered Billboard Top 10 of America in 2000. In this song, she in abusive terms reproaches the guy in the clip. Pink becomes a role model for women who lacked similar rigidity, who admired Mariah Carey and Britney Spears. The album becomes twice platinum. And this with the fact that she sang rhythm-and-blues, in which the white singer can almost not succeed. Her musical progress has led to the fact that Pink began to be named ‘new Madonna’.

Other albums

Her other albums are “Missundaztood” (2001), “Try This” (2003), “I'm Not Dead” (2006), “Funhouse”(2008), “The Truth About Love” (2012).

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