Pink Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Pink Worth?

Pink is an American singer and songwriter. Pink emerged into the pop music scene in the early 2000’s and has maintained a successful music career for nearly two decades.

Pink’s Net Worth As Of 2018: $130 Million

Here is how she’s got her fotrune.

Early Life

Alecia Beth Moore, also known as Pink, was born on September 8, 1979, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Pink was a rebellious teenager and got swept away into the club and drug scene at the age of 13. Luckily, she had a passion for singing and songwriting. At the age of 15, she got small performing gigs in local clubs. Pinks got her stage name comes from the character Mr. Pink from the movie “Reservoir Dogs.”


By coincidence, an MCA executive spotted Pink at a nightclub and asked her to audition for an R&B group called “Basic Instinct.” After two years the band broke up and soon after Pink became a part of another short-lived R&B group called “Chance.”

Pink was signed as a solo artist with Laface records. She released her debut album “Can’t Take Me Home” in April 2000. Her debut single “There You Go” landed on Billboard 100’s at number 7. Her other hit singles from the album were “Most Girls” and “You Make Me Sick.”


Despite her success with her first album Pink was unsatisfied with the sound, she wanted to break away from the R&B/Pop sound. Pink wanted an edgier sound and hired a new manager and songwriter for her second album. Her second album Mizzundastood was released in November 2001. The album sold 8 million records worldwide and 5 million copies in the US.

In 2001, Pink collaborated with Mya, Lil Kim, and Christina Aguilera for a remake of “Lady Marmalade.” The single stayed at the #1 spot for five weeks on the Billboards Hot 100. In 2001, the singers won a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration, marking this Pink’s first Grammy win.

Pink’s third album “Try This” had lower sales than her first two albums but led to her second Grammy win for Best Female Rock Performance.

Pink’s had a slew of hit singles from her albums “I’m Not Dead (2003,) and Funhouse (2008.) Her single “Just Give Me a Reason” from her 2012 album, “The Truth About Love,” was at the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks.


Pink was the highest earning touring female artist in 2013, grossing over $20 Million.

In November 2017, she donated $500,000 to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The same year she released her 7th album ” The Truth About Trauma.” She’s also scheduled to perform the National Anthem at the 2018 Superbowl and her “Truth About Love” tour will start in March 2018.