Check out the official track listing for P!nk’s upcoming sixth album The Truth About Love. The 13-track album arrives September 18 and features her latest single, “Blow Me (One Last Kiss),” which leaped 58-9 on the Hot 100 last week to become her twelfth top 10 single. She now ranks third behind Rihanna (22) and Beyoncè (14) for most top 10s among women.
The Truth About Love is her first full-length release since 2008′s Funhouse, which earned three Grammy nominations and spawned seven singles including her first solo No. 1 “So What.”
See full tracklist below.
After taking time off for the birth of her daughter, Willow Sage, with husband Carey Hart, P!nk will return with her new single “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)”.
As 2011 comes to a close, we look back on the year by counting down the top songs of the past 12 months. The rules for the list are simple:
- The song was released as a single
- Charted or peaked in 2011
- Songs released toward the end of 2010 are eligible
- Rankings are based on MY iTunes plays, charting on Billboard, and presence on World According to Monté.
Simple and easy to follow, right? Cool. Let’s countdown the top songs of 2011!
Check out part one here
Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera’s “Moves Like Jagger” struts to #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 this week. The track, released as the lead single from the re-release of Maroon 5’s third album Hands All Over, returns for a second week atop the Digital Songs chart, selling 217,000 downloads, according to according to Nielsen SoundScan.
“Jagger” is Maroon 5’s second chart topper, following 2007’s “Makes Me Wonder,” while the track becomes Aguilera’s fifth. The pop songbird previously reached the summit alongside Lil’ Kim, Mya and P!nk on “Lady Marmalade” for five weeks in 2001, and scored three #1’s from her self-titled debut album in 1999-2000: “Genie in a Bottle,” “What a Girl Wants” and “Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You).”
Just when thought Katy Perry was having the best week ever, songwriter Linda Perry throws salt in the game.
For those who aren’t familiar, Perry has penned hits for a who’s who of artists, but is best known for her work with P!nk on Missundaztood and Christina Aguilera’s Stripped – landmark albums for both artists.
In a recent interview, the former 4 Non Blondes member shared her thoughts on the state of the music industry. Check out what Linda Perry thinks of Adele’s 21, and find out why she considers Katy Perry’s music “crap.”
Congratulations to Pink and Carey Hart!
Pink has given birth to a “beautiful” and “healthy” baby girl yesterday (June 2). Music’s wild child confirmed the birth of the baby and revealed the baby’s name on Twitter. “We are ecstatic to welcome our new beautiful healthy happy baby girl, Willow Sage Hart,” the singer said. “She’s gorgeous, just like her daddy.”
Pink, whose real name is Alecia Moore, gave birth by caesarean at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, RadarOnline reported.
The 31-year-old sent a mysterious tweet yesterday, hinting at her baby’s impending arrival: “New Moon in Gemini today :) a good time to start something new.”
The couple announced the pregnancy in November.
Check out the official music video for P!nk’s “F*ckin’ Perfect“. Lifted as the second single from her Greatest Hits…So Far album, “F*ckin’ Perfect” is a Top 30 hit in the U.S. and Canada, and has been certified gold in Australia. Watch the video below.
P!nk earns her third #1 single on Billboard’s Hot 100 as “Raise Your Glass” rises 2-1 this week. The singer last topped the chart in September 2008 with “So What“. P!nk’s first Hot 100 chart-topper came in 2001 on the collaborative “Lady Marmalade,” which included star turns by Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim and Mya.
“Raise Your Glass” also moves up from 5-2 on Digital Songs (209,000, up 22%) while bulleting at No. 6 for a second week on Radio Songs. The track is one of two new selections on P!nk’s “Greatest Hits…So Far!!!” album, which contains eight of her 10 top 10 hits in a career that dates back to 2000. The only absentee top 10 tracks on the set are the aforementioned “Marmalade” and “Most Girls” (No. 4, 2000).
“Raise Your Glass” dethrones Rihanna’s “Only Girl (In The World)” (1-3), which succeeded Far East Movement’s “Like a G6“(3-7), “What’s My Name?” by Rihanna featuring Drake (8-5) and “We R Who We R” by Ke$ha (4-6). “Like a G6” had spent two prior weeks at No. 1 before this current avalanche of chart kings.
Elsewhere on the chart….