The pop singer's fifth studio effort will be released towards the end of October with 'So What' as its first official single.
Pink's fifth studio album is taking shape with the revelation of its title and release date. The latest effort will be titled "Funhouse" and released on October 28 through LaFace/Zomba. The first single "So What" has been officially released earlier this month and has entered the Billboard Pop 100 at number 59. It takes a jab at her ex-husband Carey Hart in the verse that says "I guess I just lost my husband. I don't know where he went. So I'm gonna drink my money. I'm not gonna pay his rent (nope)... I hate marriage."
Pink, real name Alecia Moore, will premiere the music video for "So What" on FNMTV on Friday, August 22 at 8:00 P.M. EST and the channel will then run it for a special 72 hours broadcast. Photos from the video's scenes have been circulating online, showing the singer on board a John Deere tractor lawnmower drinking vodka straight from the bottle in the middle of a busy road.
There's also a part where she takes a chainsaw to cut a tree that bears the inscription "Alecia + Carey" carved in a heart shape which photo can be seen on the news' picture. Despite the attack on Carey, Pink noted on her blog that they have no hard feelings about it. "And don't worry," she wrote. "Carey likey's too. We are insane."
On the new album, Pink has been working with Max Martin and the team behind her last album "I'm Not Dead" such as Billy Mann, Butch Walker and EG White.