Then, when Pink reinvented herself with 2001’s more pop/rock-oriented Missundaztood, that album became even more successful than her debut LP. The record spawned multiple hit singles, shifted 13 million copies and was supported by a sold-out world tour, in fact. And while 2003’s Try This was a commercial disappointment in comparison, it did nevertheless earn Pink her first solo Grammy.
However, she bounced back with 2006’s I’m Not Dead and 2008’s Funhouse, the latter album spawning a number one hit in “So What.” A 2010 Greatest Hits compilation then cemented her status as one of the decade’s biggest pop stars. It also produced a chart-topper in “Raise Your Glass,” as did 2012’s The Truth About Love, from which the Nate Ruess duet “Just Give Me a Reason” came.
Ruess was just one of a long line of Pink collaborators, however, as the star has also recorded tracks with the likes of Lily Allen, Kenny Chesney, India Arie and Indigo Girls. In 2014 she even teamed up with Canadian artist Dallas Green to record album rose ave. under the guise of You+Me.