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Although she was initially viewed as yet another face in the
late-'90s crowd of teen pop acts, Pink quickly showed signs of becoming
one of the rare artists to transcend and outgrow the label. Born Alecia
Moore on September 8, 1979, in Doylestown, PA (near Philadelphia), Pink
received her nickname as a child (it had nothing to do with her later
shade of hair dye). She grew up in a musical family and by age 13 was a
regular on the Philadelphia club scene, first as a dancer, then as a
backing vocalist for the local hip-hop group Schools of Thought. At 14,
she began writing her own songs; the same year, a local DJ at Club
Fever began allowing her on-stage to sing a song every Friday.
Pink was spotted one night by an executive for MCA, who asked her to
audition for an R&B group called Basic Instinct; although she got
the gig, the group imploded not long after. She was quickly recruited
for a female R&B trio called Choice, which signed to L.A. Reid and
Babyface's LaFace label on the strength of their demo; however, they
too disbanded due to differences over musical direction. During
Choice's brief studio time, producer Daryl Simmons asked Pink to write
a bridge section for the song Just to Be Loving You ; impressed with
the results, Pink rediscovered her songwriting muse and an equally
impressed L.A. Reid soon gave her a solo deal with LaFace.
Pink recorded her solo debut, Can't Take Me Home, with a variety of
songwriting partners and dance-pop and R&B producers. Released in
2000, the album was a double-platinum hit; it spun off three Top Ten
singles in There U Go, Most Girls, and You Make Me Sick. She
toured that summer as the opening act for *N Sync, but soon found
herself tired of being pigeonholed as strictly a teen act despite her
sassy, forthright persona. As she set about working on her follow-up
album, Pink took part in the remake of Patti LaBelle's Lady Marmalade
featured on the Moulin Rouge soundtrack, which also featured powerhouse
divas Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil' Kim. The song was a massive
hit, topping the charts in both the U.S. and U.K.
Toward the end of the year, Pink released her next single, Get the
Party Started ; it became her biggest, most inescapable hit to date,
climbing into the Top Five. Her accompanying sophomore album,
M!ssundaztood, quickly went double platinum; it boasted a more personal
voice and a more eclectic sound, plus heavy contributions from ex-4 Non
Blondes singer Linda Perry, who helped bring some more rock muscle to
Pink's sound (as did guest appearances by Steven Tyler and Richie
Sambora). M!ssundaztood attracted positive critical notices as well,
and its second single, Don't Let Me Get Me, became another
fast-rising Top Ten hit.
Pink next issued Try This in November 2003. The album was a bit more
rock-oriented, due in part to the songwriting collaboration of Rancid
frontman Tim Armstrong on eight of the album's tracks. Try This' lead
single, Trouble, cracked into the upper regions of Billboard's Top
40, and earned Pink a Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. On
the home front, Pink wed motocross racer Carey Hart -- whom she had
initially met at 2001's X-Games -- on January 7, 2006, in Costa Rica.
Her next album, I'm Not Dead, appeared that April; its first single,
Stupid Girls, quickly became a hit, and the album reached the Top
Ten. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide
Written by Steve Huey