For the third week in a row, Mumford & Sons’ second LP Babel keeps its stranglehold on the Billboard Top 200. The album sold another 96,000, enough to maintain its perch in the peak position and hold off duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ The Heist (#2, 78,000), KISS’ Monster (#3, 56,000), Barbra Streisand’s Release Me… More »
Pink earlier today (October 10) premiered her evocative video for “Try”, the second single off her chart-topping album The Truth About Love. Directed by Floria Sigismondi and choreographed by The Golden Boyz (who have also worked with Britney Spears), the video tells the story of a tumultuous and (possibly) abusive relationship all through Pink and Colt Prattes’ interpretive… More »
When she was teasing the video for her new single “Try,” Pink explained that it was her favorite video ever to shoot, and now we know why. The clip, which premiered this morning on Vevo, is elegant, complicated and audacious — like Pink at her best.
Directed by Floria Sigismondi and choreographed by The Golden Boyz, “Try” More »
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:: In her cover interview with The Advocate, Pink discusses her sexuality (“I’ve never defined myself…And fuck it, if you can’t understand it, I’m a mystery bag”) and her old hard-partying ways. “I was like a club kid. I was a little candy raver,” she tells the magazine. “There was… More »
Until this week, the closest Pink came to landing a #1 album on the Billboard Top 200 was in 2008, when Funhouse reached #2. But she can finally pop open a bottle of bubbly (might we suggest a nice rosé?) to celebrate a new achievement, as The Truth About Love has debuted in the top… More »
No Doubt and Pink both have new albums released this month and the brand new singles to go along with them, but in this case, nothing beats a classic. The ska-pop act performed the Tragic Kingdom favorite “Just A Girl” at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, and as a special treat, invited the Truth About Love songbird… More »
This past Tuesday (September 18) saw one of the record industry’s biggest release days of 2012. (The record industry is still a thing, last we checked.) Rather than throw all the notable releases into one exhausting run-on sentence, here are the Super Tuesday releases in convenient list form:
– Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music… More »
Pink may be in the throes of promotional hyperdrive while she plugs her new album The Truth About Love, but it seems that interviewers are most excited to talk to her about her personal life — particularly with regards to her daughter Willow (almost 16 months old!) and her husband Carey Hart, with whom she’s… More »
Pink’s “Blow Me (One Last Kiss),” from her new album The Truth About Love, went Platinum, and she may be set to continue her winning streak with her next single, “Try.” The singer has just posted the single artwork, as well as a brief teaser clip from the video — both of which align with… More »
It’s been four long years since Pink’s last full-length studio album Funhouse, which marks The Truth About Love as an especially anticipated return for the ferocious pop-rocker — but does it live up to the hype? The critics have largely reached a consensus: While it may not be her very best album (which would be a… More »
Pink’s been busy today! This morning (September 18), she stopped by TODAY and performed two songs to promote the release of The Truth About Love, and she just announced a string of North American dates in support of the album. The Truth About Love tour starts February 13 in Phoenix and hits arenas throughout the… More »
We’re back with The Drop, our Soundbytes segment where we rate the week’s hottest releases in pop. This Tuesday, however, we’re doing a super special, extended episode. For reasons still unknown, September 18 suddenly became the date virtually every artist under the sun decided to claim for their musical offerings.
Today’s releases include everything from first… More »
Even though she doesn’t call him out by name, Pink makes it impossible to listen to her sixth album The Truth About Love (out today, September 18) without taking her year-long separation from husband Carey Hart into consideration. In the title track, she unfurls each syllable slowly as if drawn from a coy… More »
Leave it to Pink to bring one of pop’s wittiest tunesmiths out of retirement: She’s just premiered her collaboration with British singer-songwriter Lily Allen, “True Love,” which marks Allen’s first release since she “retired” in 2009. The Greg Kurstin-helmed track is a sharply produced piece of radio candy that complements Pink’s recent single “Blow Me… More »
Pink and Eminem joined forces in 2010 for the bombastic “Won’t Back Down” off Eminem’s Recovery, and they’re together again on “Here Comes The Weekend” from Pink’s The Truth About Love (Sep. 18). This is a decidedly less angry affair, but it’s no less lively, and you can probably guess what it’s about. Get your… More »
Don’t think motherhood has changed Pink: The rebellious pop-rocker was as ballsy and outspoken as ever when she stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres earlier today. First, she turned out a rollicking performance of her new single “Blow Me (One Last Kiss),” as well as a stunning acoustic rendition of her fan favorite single “Who Knew.” Then,… More »