Pink Sends Powerful Message in 'What About Us' Music Video


Pink Sends Powerful Message in 'What About Us' Music Video


The singer pleads with people to stop violence, hatred and bigotry in a music video for her latest single.
Pink debuts a powerful music video for her new single "What About Us". Following the violence that hit Charlottesville during white supremacist rally over the weekend, the singer urges people to stop hatred and bigotry in her latest clip which is directed by Georgia Hudson and features choreography by The GoldenBoyz.

"We are problems that want to be solved /We are children that need to be loved /We were willin', we came when you called /But man, you fooled us, enough is enough," she sings. "What about us? What about all the times you said you had the answers? /What about us? What about all the broken happy ever afters? /What about us? What about all the plans that ended in disaster? /What about love? What about trust? What about us?"



"What About Us" is recorded for Pink's next studio installment. Called "Beautiful Trauma", the new album is her first effort in five years since 2012's "The Truth About Love". It will be released across the country in October this year.

"I could not be more excited right now," she wrote on Instagram. "My single comes out today 'What About Us' and my new album 'Beautiful Trauma' comes out October 13th." She continued, "I'm certifiably, insanely proud of this album. It's been a while, and I'm grateful for all the years we've had. Looking forward to the next chapter with you."

The 37-year-old singer/songwriter is expected to perform her new single along with medley of her hit songs at the upcoming 34th annual MTV Video Music Awards which is set to take place on August 27. She will receive Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, following in the footsteps of past recipients like Justin Timberlake, Kanye West and Beyonce Knowles.

Other musical guests at this year's VMAs include Katy Perry who also serves as a host, Kendrick Lamar who dominates the nominations list, Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, Shawn Mendes, Fifth Harmony, The Weeknd and 30 Seconds to Mars.


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