licia Beth Moore, better known as Pink, was born on September 8, 1979 in Doylstaune, Pennsylvania, the son of veteran Vietnamese War. She has second cousin singer and actress Mandy Moore. Pink Parents are fond of music, which determined the fate of the future artist. First Pink devoted herself to dance, and then settled the second vocalist to the local rap group Schools of Thought. She did not want to execute someone else's song, because it was important to sing about what she felt. Therefore, in fifteen years, the young singer began writing and performing songs of his own. The next step on her road to success was the entry into the group Basic Instinct, and then to the RB-female trio of Choice. Compared to other member of her team isolated a real talent and confidence that the company has suggested LaFace Records to offer her to start her own career. Much attention is paid to his style of Pink, choosing a bright pink color for your hair and extravagant manner of dress. Her first album Can't Take Me Home was released in 2000. It included the singles There You Go and Most Girls, entered the top ten U.S. singles. This work has received praise and quickly earned platinum status of double plate.
While working on her second album, Pink took part in recording the soundtrack for the musical Lady Marmalade Moulin Rouge with such eminent artistes like Christina Aguilera, Lil 'Kim and Maya. The song proved a resounding success and topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. This song also appeared on the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and earned her a Grammy performer in the category "Best Pop Vocal Co-fulfillment." In November 2001 they released their second CD titled Pink Missundaztood. Most of the music and lyrics for his songs Pink wrote and produced, along with former 4 Non Blondes vocalist Linda Perry. On the album you can hear rock, blues, hip-hop, RB and pop. It included the hit Get the Party Started, Don't Let Me Get Me, Just Like a Pill and Family Portrait. Missundaztood was much more successful than its predecessor in the commercial terms. In the U.S. alone has sold over five million copies. Another loud song became Pink Feel Good Time, written as a soundtrack for the film Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, in which the singer has got a bit part.
Released third album Pink, Try This, in November 2003. Much of the material for this album was conceived in conjunction with Tim Armstrong of punk band Rancid. All three singles, Trouble, God is a DJ, and Last to Know Europe were perceived much better than the U.S., resulting in nearly all Pink concerts in support of this drive was held in the Old World. His next album, the singer was originally going to be called Long Way to Happy, but he went under the guise I'm Not Dead, in April 2006. His first single, Stupid Girls, led to heated controversy because of the clip to the song you could see a parody of a number of Hollywood celebrities. Another song from the new album was Dear Mr. President, a kind of open letter to the United States. In May 2006, a DVD with live performances of Pink in the European Tour Try This European Tour. After acting debut in the Charlie's Angels Pink played a major role in the horror film Catacombs (2007). In October 2008 she released her fifth album, called Funhouse. The main theme of a new studio album was Pink's recent divorce from her husband Carey Hart. The album is a harmonious blend of dynamic pop singles and melodic ballads. In 2009, the singer has expanded its discography live album Funhouse Tour: Live In Australia. The album was recorded in July 2009 in Sydney, where Pink performed in the framework of his tour Funhouse Tour. In 2010, Pink released a powerful collection of his finest works, called Greatest Hits … So Far!!!. The record was well accepted by students around the world that it is not surprising: Family Portrait, Please Don't Leave Me, as well as several new songs, including Raise Your Glass and Fuckin 'Perfect, left nobody indifferent.
Multiple Grammy statuettes, BRIT Awards and MTV, a bright image and fruitful musical career did Pink one of the most prominent figures in contemporary music.