Pink is the most played female performer of the 21st century in Britain, according to the PPL copyright group. The ranking was based on music usage and broadcast data from British radio stations and television channels. Pink overtook Madonna, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Adele, among others, BBC News reported.
American Pink, originally known as Alecia Moore, released her R&B-like debut album Can’t Take Me Home at the turn of the century, featuring hit songs such as Most Girls, You Make Me Sick and There You Go. He later came out with more rocky and then slightly more pop albums. His biggest hits include Just Give Me A Reason, Try, What About Us, Sober and Walk Me Home, which have topped the charts for a long time since their release.
Second on the list is Madonna, who has become a leading singer in the music world for four decades. In third place was Katy Perry, whose third album, Teenage Dream, was one of the most popular albums of the 2010s. Rihanna is fourth and Lady Gaga is fifth.
Britain is represented by Adele in 6th place in the rankings and Little Mix in 9th place. Adele’s second studio album, released in 2011, was one of the most successful albums of all time, selling more than five million copies, receiving recognition for the album of the year at both the British Awards and Grammy Awards. Although Adele is one of the world’s best-selling artists, so far he has only released three studio albums, while Pink has been seven.
Beyoncé finished 7th on the list, Kylie Minogue finished 8th, followed by Whitney Houston, Taylor Swift, Sugababes, Kelly Clarkson, Dua Lipa, Ellie Goulding, Christina Aguilera, Diana Ross, Jess Glynne, Rita Ora. and Ariana Grande followed.