P!nk is definitely one of the 21st century’s most successful female artists and she is not slowing down.
She got her start in the music industry at a young age while singing in clubs in Philadelphia. At the time she was in a girl group called Choice, and that was when L.A. Reid discovered the group. However, he was only interested in P!nk. And in 1998, she officially signed with LaFace Records as a solo artist.
Two years later the world was introduced to her debut album Can’t Take Me Home (2000), and ever since then P!nk has carved out her irreplaceable voice in the music industry.
Check out our Top 10 P!nk songs playlist.
10. Get the Party Started
If you haven’t gotten ready for a night out with “Get the Party Started” playing in the background, you missed out. This hit is from P!nk’s second and extremely successful album, Missundaztood.
This song, however, was almost not one of P!nk’s most famous hits, since it was originally offered to Madonna. But lucky for us, P!nk made it her own.
9. Raise Your Glass
P!nk graced us with this hit on her Greatest Hits… So far!!! album and the song was the lead single.
This dance song is about people feeling left out, but instead of feeling sad about it, celebrate it! Fans really loved this song, not only for the message but also because they could tell that P!nk is having fun with the song.
8. So What
This “aggressive” song is from P!nk’s fifth album, Funhouse (2008). She sings about her marital problems at the time and how she did not want to “wallow in self-pity” but instead she makes fun of what being a “rock star” is.
Pump up the volume and belt out along with this catchy and energizing song.
7. Don’t Let Me Get Me
Don’t Let Me Get Me is a ballad with a pop-rock sound and is also from her Missundaztood album.
From the get-go P!nk wasn’t afraid of putting herself out there and letting people know what she thinks and feels. And it is very clear with this song as she puts herself down and opens up about her insecurities. She even takes a big risk and takes a shot at producer L.A. Reid and Britney Spears in the song.
6. Just Like a Pill
Just Like a Pill is the third single from the “awe-inspiring” Missundaztood album and is a song about the singer’s struggles with addiction.
There is tons of grit and passion in this up-tempo ballad and P!nk truly proves her vocal abilities in this personal song.
5. Most Girls
Most Girls is a heart-pounding song with an r&b, dance and rock beat to it. Featuring on her debut album, this is the perfect party song.
Covering the topic of wanting a man for love and not his money, P!nk shines as an r&b style singer and her excellent vocal timing can really be appreciated in this song.
4. True Love ft. Lily Allen
This catchy and romantic song is the fourth single from her sixth album, The Truth About Love. P!nk’s vocals truly shine on this song and once Lily Allen joins in, both voices just add to the greatness of the song.
We can’t get enough of this sweet and relatable song as she sings about her loving her husband despite his flaws. She of course puts her own twist on the lyrics and the music video is also a sweet insight into their relationship.
3. There You Go
It is clear that this song was in P!nk’s earlier days of performing, however, this sassy song remains a hit. And this was also the lead single from the chart-topping Can’t Take Me Home album – her debut album.
This was a great introductory song to the world as she vocalizes well throughout the song and makes it her own, even though it came out later that she “wasn’t comfortable with this genre of music“.
2. Just Give Me a Reason ft. Nate Ruess
This poppy ballad is the third single from The Truth About Love album and is about trying to hold on to a love that is near its end.
Originally P!nk was going to sing the song by herself, but she wanted it to sound more like a conversation between two people. Enter Nate Ruess. The duo’s voices are a match made in heaven and just takes this song to the next level.
1. Family Portrait
The number one song on our list is from, you guessed it – Missundaztood.
Family Portrait is an intimate ballad with an r&b and pop sound to it. And the song gives the listener an inside look into P!nk‘s family history and the trauma that she had to endure as a little girl.