Pink Announces New Single “Walk Me Home,”


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Pink’s new single ‘Walk Me Home’ will be out in a couple of weeks.

The ‘Just Give Me A Reason’ hitmaker dropped a huge bombshell about new music as she made an appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Wednesday (06.02.19) and she also confirmed her new LP, ‘Hurts to Be Human’, will be out in April.

Telling the host, she said excitedly: «I’m shooting a video in a week I think, with Michael Gracey, the director from ‘The Greatest Showman’. I’m really excited about that. He’s amazing. I have a new song, ‘Walk Me Home,’ and I have a new album ‘Hurts to Be Human’. And I think it comes out in April.»

‘Hurts to Be Human’ will be Pink’s first studio album since 2017’s ‘Beautiful Trauma’ and the singer previously revealed she credits her broad appeal to being a «hot mess».

She explained: «I think I’m just a hot mess and people appreciate that. But I look like … I go on tour and I look at the audience, and I can see every age. There’s no real demographic. There’s … it’s very surprising. It’s three generations. And that’s what I love about music. That’s … it’s the only sort of universal language that we all

speak. And I don’t know. I love that part. It’s wonderful.»

And Pink had previously opened up about how she got the inspiration for the title of her album ‘Beautiful Trauma’.

She said at the time: «I think life is really traumatic, and it feels – even though it makes me sound like my parents to say this – it feels like it’s getting more so. But I also think that there’s really beautiful people in the] world. And there’s more good than bad. And there’s love to be made and joy to be had. And I try to hold on to the beautiful part.

«But, you know, my dad always says something to me. He says, I wish you enough. And what he means by that is I wish you enough rain to be able to enjoy the sunshine. And I wish you enough hard times to be able to enjoy the easy bits. And that’s beautiful trauma to me. It’s simultaneous, but it just depends on which part you’re looking at.»

This article was originally published by: Celebretainment

Ariana Grande Dominates Charts Down Under


Ariana Grande doubles-up on Australia’s charts this week, nabbing the best-selling album and securing a 1-2 on the national singles survey.

Grande’s new album Thank U, Next (Universal) blasts to No. 1, and all 12 tracks from it are in the Top 50 of the ARIA Singles Chart.

Thank U, Next gives the U.S. pop star her fourth No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart after Sweetener (Aug. 2018), Dangerous Woman (May 2016) and My Everything(September 2014).

Meanwhile, Sydney rockers Sticky Fingers enjoy a third top 5 album with Yours To Keep (Sureshaker//RKT), which starts at No. 4. Their fourth studio LP, Yours to Keepis the followup to Westway (The Glitter & The Slums), which bowed at No. 1 on the national chart in October 2016.

There are notable post-Grammys spikes on the Australian albums list this week for Dua Lipa and Cardi B. Lipa sees her self-titled debut WEA/Warner return to the chart at No. 13 following the British singer’s Grammy win for best new talent. Dua Lipa debuted on the tally in June 2017, and peaked at No. 8 in April 2018.

And after becoming the first female solo artist to win best rap album, Cardi B’s debut Invasion Of Privacy (Atlantic/Warner) leaps 45–26 on this week’s frame.

The week, however, belongs to Ariana Grande who collected her first Grammy, for best pop vocal album (Sweetener), does the chart double in the U.K. and rules the Billboard 200 with the biggest streaming week ever for a pop set. She’s now the undisputed champion of the ARIA Singles Chart, which she rules for a fourth successive week with 7 Rings while her new release Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored opens at No. 2. Bored is one of nine Thank U, Next tracks to impact the chart on debut this week.

Finally, Khalid earns his first fresh entry on the chart this year with “Talk” (RCA/Sony), new at No. 24, while The Chainsmokers’ “Who Do You Love” (Columbia/Sony) featuring 5 Seconds of Summer opens at No. 28.

This article was originally published by: Billboard