P!nk Tells The Truth About Love
The pop stars song writing has taken a different turn on her latest album
(Yahoo!) - On Pinks new album, shes writing about volatile relationships, again—albeit mostly their upside this time. "I hate you, I really hate you —so much I think it must be true love," she sings, providing a tip-off that theres more loving than loathing on The Truth About Love, her sixth studio album.
Pink is having a very splashy mid-September, between the Tuesday release of Truth About Love and her weekend appearance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival. Although shes long been known as the gal who was ready to "get this party started," much of her songwriting over the years has been more lovelorn than celebrative. Thats not so much the case with Truth, which suggests that Pink is experiencing enough domestic tranquility that she has a real reason to party now.
Pink has said that her previous album was written and recorded when she was an emotional mess, having been separated from Carey Hart. Now that theyve been married for six years and have entered a more tranquil phase of their relationship, with added joy in the form of daughter Willow, her writing has taken a different turn. The truth about Pink? Maybe its that she doesnt have many songs quite as sad as "Leave Me Alone" in her anymore.
P!nk will be performing at the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas September 21 and 22. Hear what she had to say about the festival:
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