Biography of P!nkP!nk, an illustrious American pop-rock vocalist, songwriter, actress, stands among the most sought-after and best-selling songstresses worldwide. Virtually each of her albums achieves platinum status, with her music often dictating global trends in the pop scene.
Childhood and YouthP!nk (real name: Alecia Beth Moore Hart) first graced the world on September 8, 1979, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Her mother served as a nurse in an emergency department, while her father worked in the insurance sector. P!nk's father, of Irish and German descent, practiced Catholicism, and her mother boasted Jewish ancestry with Lithuanian and German roots. When P!nk was just ten years old, her parents underwent a divorce.
Music CareerAt 16, P!nk and two of her friends established an R&B group called "Choice". A copy of their inaugural song, "Key to My Heart," was sent to LaFace Records in Atlanta. After the producer flew out personally to witness the girls' performance, they were offered a contract. The fledgling singers moved to Atlanta and promptly recorded an album, which, however, never saw the light of day. Still, their lead song, "Key to My Heart," was featured on the soundtrack for the 1996 film "Kazaam," directed by Paul Michael Glaser.
In October 2017, P!nk released the album "Beautiful Trauma," which marked her decisive foray into dance-pop. Channing Tatum starred in the music video for the album's title track, where he and P!nk exchanged clothes. In early March 2018, P!nk embarked on her seventh concert tour, the Beautiful Trauma World Tour, which lasted until September.