We should’ve known she’d go big! In addition to the Billboard Hot 200-topping success of her Album of the same name, P!NK gives us some Thanksgiving delight with the new Video for BEAUTIFUL TRAUMA starring herself and Channing Tatum! We love the role reversal!
It’s been a long minute since we’ve seen or heard from P!nk, but here is something at last for us fans! New single Just Like Fire has just hit the airwaves and along with it is a new gravity-defying clip! The Track is from the upcoming fantasy, ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada release ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASSFriday, May 27, 2016.
(Photo/video credit:Sony Music/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada)
Mr. Will Wong and Mongrel Media want you to win a copy of the Comedy THANKS FOR SHARING, which premiered at TIFF ’12! The Film boasts a phenomenal Ensemble Cast which includes Mark Ruffalo, P!nk, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim Robbins and Josh Gad.
Three unlikely friends — Adam (Ruffalo), Mike (Robbins) and Neil (Gad) — all come from very different backgrounds. Adam is a young Man desperate to win the heart of a beautiful Woman (Gwyneth Paltrow); Mike is a Sponsor for Addicts, but he’s debilitated by his own need to be needed by others and Neil is a young Doctor whose career suffers because of his repeated lying.
Despite their differences, the three men share one big commonality: they’re all undergoing treatment to recover from their Sex Addiction so that for the first time in their lives, they can begin to form real, meaningful relationships.
Watch the Trailer below:
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Mongrel Media releases THANKS FOR SHARING, now out on Video-on-Demand, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download.
The Nominees are in! The 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards are just a month away and all Contenders were confirmed earlier today. Leading the Pack this year with six nominations is Mariana’s Trench including coveted Video of the Year(Desperate Measures) and Pop Video of the Year (Stutter).
Not to be outdone, Toronto’s v. own Drake tallies in second with five nominations including Hip Hop Video of the Year and Video of the Year with his recent Single, Started from the Bottom.
Up for International Artist of the Year is a competitive field which includes: P!nk, One Direction, Taylor Swift and recently-announced Performers Demi Lovato and PSY.
Right in time for Valentine’s Day! P!nk has just released the gorgeous new Video for her latest Track, Just Give Me a Reason ft. Nate Ruess of fun. Although the Ballad veers a little more towards the fun. side (it was co-written with Ruess) than that signature Pop/RockP!nk is known for, it definitely is one of the stronger Tracks on her U.S. Billboard Hot 200 Chart-topping The Truth About Love.
Just Give Me a Reason is taking a bit longer to catch-on in the U.S., but Canada sees its potential, already at number 61 on the Canadian Hot 100.
Will we be seeing the two Nominees perform this together at this Sunday’s GRAMMY Awards?
Sony Music Canada & Mr. Will Wong are thrilled to give Readers a chance to win a copy of P!nk’s number one-selling Album, The Truth About Love. Now in-stores, the Disc debuted atop in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Germany, Switzerland and New Zealand, featuring Guest Spots by Eminem, Lily Allen and fun.‘s Nate Ruess! First Single, platinum-selling Blow Me (One Last Kiss) already has reached the top give on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Chart and likewise in Canada.
The complete Tracklist for The Truth About Love is as follows:
1. Are We All We Are 2. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) 3. Try 4. Just Give Me a Reason (ft. Nate Ruess) 5. True Love (ft. Lily Allen) 6. How Come You’re Not Here 7. Slut Like You 8. The Truth About Love 9. Beam Me Up 10. Walk of Shame 11. Here Comes the Weekend (ft. Eminem) 12. Where Did the Beat Go? 13. The Great Escape
What would a P!nk Album be without the f*cking Expletives? Fans including myself have long awaited the three-time GRAMMY Winner’s return to Music after focusing on being a Mother for a bit, but how almost four years have gone by since 2008’s Funhouse, I have no clue. Make no mistake though, P!nk hasn’t gone onto team-up with Anne Geddes on a Calendar Collection or anything – she’s angsty and pissed still at the injustices of Love and the World.
Are We All WeAre kicks-off with a bang, giving her an opportunity to touch upon the adversities she’s faced over the past four years including others doubting her relationship with Husband Carey Hart and how she could only rely on herself through it all. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) certainly needs no introduction, garnering tons of Airplay with that famous Greg Kurstin (Kelly Clarkson, Lily Allen) Production. The Disc’s Billy Mann-produced Title Track delves into a bit of ’60s-esque flare, tons of fun and packed with lyrical wit: “The truth about love is that it’s nasty and salty/It’s the regret in the morning/It’s the smelling of armpits.”.
No P!nk Disc is complete without a moment or two of Introspection beyond all the edge, but Beam Me Up truly showcases the beauty to the braun; that beautiful Instrument of a Voice which has packed Areas worldwide. Is This Thing On? is honest, asking the universal question anyone who’s ever been in love has thought: “How do I keep you into me without faking it?”.
P!nk also gets a little help from Friends on some unlikely Collaborations with FUN‘s Nate Ruess on Just Give Me a Reason, sure to fare well with Music Directors at AC Radio, while Lily Allen is a perfect match on True Love, both singing their Love Letter to their favourite A**holes. Although 13 years ago he might’ve scoffed at the idea, Eminem lends his talents briefly to Here Comes the Weekend, a guitar-driven Banger which is all Single-worthy.
Clocking-in at over 70 minutes, P!nk‘s The Truth About Love rewards Fans fully so well that perhaps we really won’t need to hear more new Music from her for another four years? A real GRAMMY Contender. Sony Music Canada releases the Album – now in stores.