With hits like “Get the Party Started,” “Just Give Me a Reason,” and “What About Us,” Pink has solidified her place as one of the biggest pop stars of her generation. But her journey to success wasn’t an easy one.
At the age of 14, the Pennsylvania-native, born Alecia Beth Moore, performed in clubs around Philadelphia, choosing to go by the name “Pink” instead of her given name. By age 16, Pink was a signed recording artist with the short-lived R&B group, Choice. When the group disbanded, Pink caught her big break as a solo artist with the release of “There You Go” at just 21 years old, making it onto the Billboard charts.
Since then, Pink has gone on to release eight studio albums, more than 50 singles, and dozens of music videos, cementing her place in music history. But her accomplishments don’t stop there. In addition to her successful music career, Pink also started a family with motocross racer, Carey Hart.
Despite having children, Pink’s career has shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, she was recently featured in the documentary “P!nk: All I Know So Far,” which gives viewers an inside look at how the singer balances being a mom and an artist during her “Beautiful Trauma World Tour,” the second-highest-grossing world tour of all time.
“There’s not a lot of women headlining stadiums and doing two nights at Wembley Stadium while having a family on the road,” Pink told People Magazine. “Just the way that this big life intersects with being a normal, crazy family — there’s something fascinating about that”