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Video: P!NK – What About Us



Video: P!NK - What About Us

Who among the Y2K class of pop singers predicted that Pink would have one of the careers that would be most successful in the long run? Despite this, she can be found here. Four days after it was released on Thursday, August 10, her new single, “What About Us,” has maintained its position at the top of the United States iTunes songs chart. This comes seventeen years after her initial release. In point of fact, the song shoots up to position No. 18 on the Adult Pop Songs radio airplay chart on Billboard, making it the artist’s highest debut of any of her 22 career entries on the chart. It is the biggest debut by any song on the chart since Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” stormed in at a record No. 9 on September 6, 2014, making it the highest debut by any song on the chart since then. Additionally, “Us” has debuted at number 34 on the Pop Songs chart. (According to Nielsen Music, the most recent charts take into account airplay during the tracking period of August 7–13.)

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What exactly is it about the husky-voiced vixen that has enabled her to carve out such an excellent career path for herself? The answer is readily apparent with “What About Us,” and that is her unfiltered authenticity.

Can’t Take Me Home, P!nk’s first studio album, was released in the year 2000. The debut solo albums and accompanying lead singles of several of her contemporaries, including Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, and Ashanti, all debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart and the Hot 100 chart, respectively. Can’t Take Me Home reached its highest position at number 26. There You Go,” which peaked at No. 7, and “Most Girls,” which peaked at No. 4, were the only two songs from the album to make it into the top 10, however neither of them reached the top spot.

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Check out the music video for “What About us”.

P!NK - What About Us (Official Video)

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  1. Nuna Klarskov

    June 2, 2024 at 11:30 am

    Nuna Klarskov

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