P!nk receiving OVERWHELMING acclaim from celebs & media

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For her new song, What About Us (available on iChunes now). 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forbes: full article
 

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On this latest release, Pink takes a more grown-up approach to expressing herself, and she does so soulfully, with some vocal chops she seems to have discovered she can muster on her last full-length. At first, the song is simply pretty, but give it a second listen to realize just how catchy it really is.

Idolator: full article

 

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Co-written with Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol and Steve Mac(he also produced it), the pop/rocker’s latest is the most 2017 song imaginable. From the chorus, which poses a series of questions no one can answer, to the very on-trend acoustic/electronic hybrid production, this is basically a snapshot of the here and now. It’s political without being obnoxious, pissed off and ultimately, a call to action.

Time: full article

 

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 "What About Us" eschews Pink's more bombastic tendencies, instead mining the depth of her feelings and showcasing the range of her voice. It's a plaintive, searching song comparable to the 2012 hit "Just Give Me a Reason."

USA Today: full article

 

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Pink has generally mellowed out from the in-your-face feistiness of her earlier songs, and her best 2010s-era singles fall at opposite ends of the emotional spectrum, from the spunkiness of tracks lie Raise Your Glass to the understated sincerity of her Nate Ruess duet Just Give Me A Reason. What About Us falls somewhere in the middle of those two extremes, its lyrics full of the problem-child rallying cries that have become Pink's trademark.

Complex: full article

 

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The ballad, written by Pink, Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol, and Steve Mac, showcases her ever-powerful vocal ability and incredible range. The first verse has minimal, piano-focused instrumentation that builds into a quicker drum and synth-laced hook that asks, “What about us?/What about all the times you said you had the answers?/What about us?” Pink is pretty consistent in delivering A+ music, so Oct. 13 can’t come soon enough.

Vulture: full article

 

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We are a country with a president threatening nuclear war and issuing Twitter orders that aim to further strip the rights of the already marginalized. All this political apathy now has Pink posing the question on most people’s minds, on the title of her album’s first single: “What about us?”

It’s a surprisingly upbeat track for capturing such a desperate mood, but then, Pink has spent the better part of her career churning out songs designed to empower regardless of the circumstances.

EW: full article

 

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If you thought P!nk would bend to the trends in her comeback jam, think again: “What About Us” — the first single from Beautiful Trauma, her first solo studio album in five years — has the heart and explosive chorus we expect from the artist. Yet it couldn’t be more timely: Co-written with Ed Sheeran hitmakers Steve Mac and Johnny McDaid, the song goes after an unidentified “man” whose broken promises have her declaring “enough is enough.” Her political tweets might offer some clues about who that man is. Welcome back, P!nk. We missed you. 

TIME (again): full article

 

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 Like a spiritual successor to 2012 hit "Just Give Me a Reason," Pink veers in the direction of emotional powerhouse pop instead of punk on this track, the lead single off upcoming album Beautiful Trauma. In its simplicity, it hits all the right notes of catharsis — and adds on a clubby beat to keep her in chart territory.

Billboard: full article

 

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Pink is back with an anthem for our times that asks the poignant question "What About Us." The first single from the singer's upcoming seventh album, Beautiful Trauma (Oct. 13) was co-written by Pink, Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid and the track's producer, Steve Mac and it asks a variety of searching, urgent questions over an insistent beat.

E! News: full article

 

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P!nk has never been one to color inside the lines. But now she's back and better than ever. 

Rolling Stone: full article

 

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"What About Us" builds from a sparse ballad into an emotional dance floor anthem packed with pounding drums and a gorgeous array of synths. Pink unleashes a commanding vocal performance throughout, belting, "What about us/ What about all the broken ever afters?/ What about us/ What about all the plans that ended in disaster?"

PopCrush: full article

 

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Built off of gentle piano progressions, the track takes flight at the chorus as Pink bemoans all that could have been and all that’s lost.
“B!tch came to destroy ‘Despacito,'” one fan wrote after listening to the song, while another noted “I’m wigless, I wasn’t ready!”

The praise, the acclaim :chick3::clap3:

Special thanks to @pinktennisfreak @P!nkInside @Braz @dperkins for collecting and sharing these. Feel free to add more. 

 

 

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She is officially the last pop girl standing from the early 00s. 

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It's hppening mostly because she's worth it, she'll probably be a legend someday,. :clap3: QUEEN.

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Payola is that you? :cupid:

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Just now, Pomick209 said:

It's hppening mostly because she's worth it, she'll probably be a legend someday,. :clap3: QUEEN.

She already is. :clap3:

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Kelly Clarkson's tweet is missing...

 

ATRL just can't win. Can it?

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Slaying as usual. Poor haters! :dies:

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:clap3::clap3:

 

Surprising for someone no one cares about. 

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Talent always win :clap3: 

 

Poor ATRL :cm: 

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5 minutes ago, Pomick209 said:

It's hppening mostly because she's worth it, she'll probably be a legend someday,. :clap3: QUEEN.

She already is a legend.

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Pink, Beyoncé and Justin can't lose it's been so many years and they just remains relevant unlike every one else from the early 200s, what about us is a bop. 

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She deserves way more than that :clap3:

 

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She was missed :clap3: 

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Dethrone Despacito queen! 

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11 minutes ago, fanoftalent said:

She is officially the last pop girl standing from the early 00s. 

Beyoncé exists. 

 

Congrats P!nk!!! :clap3:

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Pretty sure half these tweets are ads :skull:

 

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9 minutes ago, P!nk Forever said:

Kelly Clarkson's tweet is missing...

 

ATRL just can't win. Can it?

This one?

 

 

This one is just a tweet from a fan. :cm:

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4 minutes ago, LOUAY said:

Pink, Beyoncé and Justin can't lose it's been so many years and they just remains relevant unlike every one else from the early 200s, what about us is a bop. 

Them lasting for over 1800 years is truly inspiring. :clap3: 

 

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It's nice that P!nk has always kept to her music and, even though she isn't afraid to voice her opinions, is never in any controversies.

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Queen of Pop Rock.

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What an... interesting list of celebs. Congrats to Pink! 

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2 minutes ago, Mr.Marvelous said:

Pretty sure half these tweets are ads :skull:

 

The fact that people are now accusing P!nks mgmt of buying TWEETS. 

 

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