10 Best Songs From P!nk


Few voices are as versatile and timeless than that of pop-rocker and acrobat P!nk. She is a monstrous talent who redefined the modern woman with pounding kiss-off anthems, stunning ballads and her undeniable high-flying skills — she has more than 15 years of experience in this business and she’s showing no signs of slowing down. Also just as impressive, she has managed to land at least one major chart hit from each of her major label studio albums, and her new single “Just Like Fire” (from the latest “Alice in Wonderland” flick) has burned up radio and the Hot 100. Now, she has set her sights on country music domination with the “Setting the World on Fire” duet with Kenny Chesney — anyone else living for this glorious fire theme?!?

As we returned to P!nk’s impressive catalog — her 2008 studio album Funhouse may just be one of pop’s best albums of the 2000s — it is rather impressive exactly how much ground the singer has been able to cover. With six albums and countless smash hits under her belt, she has walked the line (quite remarkably) between rock, pop, and even country. It was extremely difficult to narrow down to her 10 best tracks, but we did it. (Note: This list does not include her rose ave. collaborative album with Dallas Green as the folk duo you+me.)

Check out our list below, in live performance form:

“Mean” (from 2008’s Funhouse)

“Glitter in the Air” (from 2008’s Funhouse)

“Family Portrait” (from 2001’s M!Ssundaztood)

“Who Knew” (from 2006’s I’m Not Dead)

“Try” (from 2012’s The Truth About Love)

“Sober” (from 2008’s Funhouse)

“Trouble” (from 2003’s Try This)

“Just Like a Pill” (from 2001’s M!Ssundaztood)

“Perfect” (from 2010’s Greatest Hits…So Far!!!)

“God is a DJ” (from 2003’s Try This)