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Hurts 2B Human

Hurts 2B Human is the eighth studio album by American singer Pink. It was released on April 26, 2019, by RCA Records. "Walk Me Home" was released as the lead single on February 20, 2019. The album features guest artists Wrabel, Khalid, and Cash Cash, as well as Chris Stapleton.-Wikipedia

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  • Rolling Stone

    April 25, 2019. The singer teams with Chris Stapleton, Khalid and more on her passionately confessional eighth LP.  

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  • The Guardian

    April 26, 2019. Hurts 2B Human review – grown-up Pink is as underdog as ever.  

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  • Variety

    April 25, 2019. Pink still hits plenty of emotional chords, but largely sans the rougher, more conversational approach that made earlier records such jolting fun. 

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  • Stereogum

    April 25, 2019. Pink’s Party Is Still Going Strong, It’s Just Taken A Maudlin Turn. . . . the lack of spark on Hurts 2B Human stings a bit. I want to root for her, but at the moment I don’t care to listen to her. 

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  • Irish Times

    April 25, 2019. Hurts 2B Human review – Skews a little too safe to pack a real punch.  

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  • EW.com

    April 25, 2019. Hurts’ stylistic breadth, linked from song to song by Pink’s world-weary yet optimistic outlook, makes it an enjoyable — and, at times, relatable — pop album from one of the Y2K pop boom’s veterans.  

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  • Refinery29

    Apirl 26, 2019. She holds steady on her eighth studio album, Hurts 2B Human, delivering uplifting, frank songs about outsider-dom, addiction, the challenges of long-term relationships, and motherhood. 

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  • AP News

    April 24, 2019. Overall, “Hurts 2B Human” is predictably Pink — to both its benefit and detriment. 

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  • Clash Magazine

    May 7, 2019. While it is a mixed bag – with tracks that sometimes beg to be replayed, and sometimes to be skipped – it is still a sign of P!nk’s immense talent for music.  

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  • Slant Magazine

    Apirl 26, 2019. The album settles into a torpor of self-examination that never rises above 120 beats per minute. 

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  • The Quietus

    May 2, 2019. Pink has never really released a ‘classic’ album in the same way her peers have and sadly Hurts 2B Human isn’t that album. 

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  • The Idolator

    May 8, 2019. ‘Hurts 2B Human’ Is A Worthy Addition To Pink’s Discography.  

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  • AllMusic

    April 26, 2019. . It all adds up to an album that cleverly feels stylish and fashionable without abandoning the emotional gravity P!nk has accumulated over the years.  

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  • Metro Weekly

    May 2, 2019. Pink plays to her strengths on "Hurts 2B Human," but ends up treading some all-too-familiar ground. 

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  • Entertainment Focus

    May 9, 2019. Hurts 2B Human isn’t one of Pink’s best albums but it’s still an enjoyable listen.  

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  • Plugged In

    April 26, 2019. There are a lot of hopeful, encouraging lyrics here, lyrics that many will be able to relate to. But there’s also plenty of mature content here, often delivered with harsh profanity. 

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  • The Daimondback

    April 30, 2019. P!nk’s new album ‘Hurts 2B Human’ is emotional and emotionless.  

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  • FanSided

    April 26, 2019. P!nk finds the beauty in the trauma on Hurts 2B Human Hurts 2B Human features P!nk’s strongest collaborations and rawest ruminations on life and motherhood. 

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  • Washington Blade

    May 4, 2019. P!nk’s new album ‘Hurts 2B Human’ features only momentary flashes of greatness. 

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  • RIFF

    April 26, 2019. P!nk appeals to her fanbase with her assertive nature and openness, while also appealing to modern sounds and experimenting. Her latest album becomes an attention-grabbing, significant body of work. 

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  • The Boston Globe

    April 24, 2019. ‘‘Hurts 2B Human’’ sounds largely like Pink’s typical aesthetic — mostly pop with a punk attitude and a few sentimental piano ballads sprinkled in. 

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  • Financial Times

    April 26, 2019. Pink: Hurts 2B Human — colourful as ever, but characterless music.  

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  • Newsday

    April 24, 2019. It’s one more element on “Hurts 2B Human” that P!nk makes work on her terms, resulting in a genre-spanning triumph.  

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  • Celeb Mix

    May 1, 2019. P!nk is at her best on ‘Hurts 2B Human’ 

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  • Cryptic Rock

    April 22, 2019. Love her or loathe her, P!nk continues to be a woman at the top of her game — and there’s no denying that voice! 

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  • The Breeze

    May 11, 2019. The album came running on the heels of her global success, “Beautiful Trauma,” and sounds quite indecisive.  

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  • WHO Magazine

    April 26, 2019. Pink mixes things up with new album 'Hurts 2B Human'.  

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  • Entertainment Voice

    April 25, 2019. Taken as a whole, the foremost problem with “Hard 2B Human” is that it’s not the most cohesive record. Yet, bar one or two mishaps, it would all flow smoothly, even with all its stylistic leaps. Although the lyrics are often trite, they are also occasionally thought provoking, humorous, or otherwise enjoyable. And most important of all, it displays the peerless singing talent that is Pink in all her glory.  

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  • D-Scribe

    April 30, 2019. This album showcases Pink at her best through genre-spanning tracks while appealing to her fans on her terms. 

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  • Newstalk ZB

    May 18, 2019. "This is Pink being Pink, which is actually quite amazing. All the songs are bangers. It's notable for the use of classically organic instrumentation like guitars and pianos, and yet it still sounds modern.  

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  • STACK

    P!nk’s grasp on the pop sceptre is strong but flexible enough that she can twirl it as a baton, leading the parade of her impressive eighth album Hurts 2B Human. 

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  • flyctory.com

    May 2, 2019. Very hard to judge on Pink’s latest album for me. There are some really nice songs, but overall, Hard 2B Human does not catch me too much. . . .this album might not be Pink’s masterpiece, but it could be a turning point to whatever album number 9 will be like. 

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  • The Kelly Alexander Show

    April 29, 2019. P!nk Lacks Her Usual Emotional Punch on ‘Hurts 2B Human’  

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  • DenkZeit

    May 14, 2019. If you listen to Pink’s 8th studio album, which has been long awaited by the music world, then it’s somehow different – but still pretty good. 

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  • The Musical Hype

    May 1, 2019. As she approaches 40, Grammy-winning pop superstar P!nk maintains her edge on her enjoyable and consistent eighth studio album, Hurts 2B Human.  

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  • Digital Journal

    April 26, 2019. International pop star Pink is back stronger than ever with her new studio offering, "Hurts 2B Human," which was released on April 26 via RCA Records.  

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  • minutenmusik

    Apirl 27, 2019. The album lacks the salient songs, though "90 Days" is an exception. Alina . . ."Hurts 2B Human" is not only the fastest follow-on work, but also hastily produced so quickly that it lacks almost everything: substance, creativity, ideas, edge, melodies. Christopher 

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  • Distract

    May 3, 2019. Make no mistake this is a master piece full of deep content whilst also having a loads of fun along the way.  

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  • laut.de

    April 26, 2019. The now eighth album by P! Nk speaks in the title of it, that it would hurt to be human, the music on it is less profound: The glossy production does not allow any corners, edges or dirt, which is a bit of the rebellious and controversial image of Singer contradicts. 

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  • The Anomaly Diary

    May 1, 2019. Pink is back with her new album, Hurts 2B Human, and it is also tame. But it is by no means bad. 

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