Pink Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.
Pink Net Worth 2020 – Lauded as one of the most deceptively talented singers of her generation, Pink ‘s strong and powerful vocals have earned her laurels and accolades right across the music fraternity.
She was born to Jim Moore and Judy on 8th September 1979, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and christened Alecia Beth Moore. Her father was an insurance agent and her mother was a nurse. However, when she was ten years old, her parents separated.
In her early teens, she performed at clubs in Philadelphia and during this time, she took up the pseudo-name Pink. She cleared the audition and became a member of the ‘Basic Instinct’ band; however, this band was dismantled soon. She received education from ‘Central Bucks High School West’ and as a child, she suffered from asthma.
She developed an interest in singing and was even a part of the high school band ‘Middleground’. She even wrote lyrics which gave a vent to her emotions, and her mother was quoted saying that her lyrics were deep.
She was just 14 when she began performing in clubs in Philadelphia and at that time she adopted the name Pink.
Also at the same age, she was convinced to audition for the new member of an all-female group Basic Instinct but ultimately the band was disbanded without releasing any material.
At, 16 Pink alongside 2 other teenagers Stephanie Galligan and Chrissy Conway formed the R&B group Choice and their first song “Key to My Heart” helped the trio to get a contract at LaFace Records in Atlanta which was cosigned by their parents due to them being below the 18-year mark.
Reid who gave the group their big break gave Pink an ultimatum which was to go solo or go home. That ultimatum led to the Choice being disbanded in 1998.
Soon after The Choice was disbanded, Pink began to work on her debut solo album alongside some stellar producers and soon after in February of 2000 her album was released titled “There You Go” which was her first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and it reached its peak at number 7.
She won her first trophy at the 2000 Billboard Music Awards for female New Artist.
In 2011, she lent her voice to the character named Gloria in the animated movie ‘Happy Feet Two’, as well as sang the theme song of the movie ‘Bridge of Light’.
In 2012, she wrote the songs of her next album ‘The Truth About Love’ which reached the music lovers the same year, ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’ being it’s first single to be released.
The album topped the ‘Billboard 200’ list and also became the ‘world’s sixth best-selling album’ for the year. The ‘RIAA’ gave it a double platinum certificate.
She was the songwriter of the songs ‘I Walk Alone’ and Lie to Me’ which featured on the album ‘Closer to the Truth’ by artist Cher. She did exceptional acting in the film ‘Thanks for Sharing’.
In 2013, she entered into a contract with the ‘RCA Records’ which was a multi-album contract. The following year, she collaborated with singer-songwriter Dallas Green and formed the band ‘You+Me.
In 2014, the band ‘You+Me’ produced their first album named ‘rose ave’, and the album ranked number four on the ‘Billboard 200’ and also topped the ‘US Folk Albums’ chart.