Pink -- born Alecia Beth Moore -- first grabbed listeners' attention in the early aughts with her neon-colored pixie cut and fiercely powerful vocals. After a brief stint in the girl group, Choice, Pink dropped her solo debut, Can’t Take Me Home, in 2000, which boasted a slick R&B sound and a pair of radio hits, “There You Go” and “Most Girls.” However, Pink would later reveal that she felt her debut was an image constructed by her management rather than a true representation of own vision as an artist. From then on, she embraced her pop-rock sensibilities, starting with the release of her sophomore follow-up, 2001’s Missundaztood. Since then, Pink has maintained incredible momentum with four more albums, all of which have been praised for their infectious pop hooks and the strength in not only Pink’s voice but also her message. She’s been rewarded for her hard work and impeccable catalog in the form of three Grammys (including one for her collaboration on the Moulin Rouge! song, “Lady Marmalade”) and countless other accolades.

Selected Discography: Can’t Take Me Home (2000), Missundaztood (2001), Funhouse (2008)

Related Artists: Gwen Stefani, Jessie J, Kelly Clarkson

Further Reading: 10 On-Again, Off-Again Celebrity Couples, The Most Heartwarming Celeb Stories of 2013, Top 10 Pink Music Videos

Load More Articles