Pink beats Rihanna and Madonna to become UK’s most played artist of the 21st century

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US recording artist Pink has been named as the most-played feminine artist in the UK since the 21st century started, in accordance to music licensing firm PPL.

The ’So What’ singer beat the likes of fellow feminine artists like Madonna, Katy Perry, Rihanna and Beyonce, the UK’s Daily Mail reported.



According to the publication, music utilization and air play knowledge from radio and tv stations throughout Britain decided her high spot on the record.

The nation’s very personal famous person Adele ranked in sixth place.

Pink, actual title Alecia Moore, so far has launched eight solo albums and one collaborative album. Whereas Adele simply has three albums beneath her belt.

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The news might come as a welcome shock for the 42-year previous turned actual property mogul.

She simply put her Malibu mansion again on the market – simply three months after shopping for it, Bang Showbiz reported.

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The ‘Just Like a Pill’ singer bought the luxurious pad – which as soon as belonged to singer Barry Manilow – for $13.7m in June 2021 and is now asking for $15-million for the property.

Website Dirt reported: “That was quick. Having dropped a whopping $13.7-million — $200 000 over the asking worth! — on an ocean entrance dwelling alongside one of Malibu’s most sought-after streets simply three months in the past, Pink has caught an instantaneous case of Celebrity Real Estate Fickle and flipped the celeb-pedigreed pad again on the market with Lily Harfouche of Compass with an asking purse only a tiny sliver beneath $15-million.”

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