Singer Pink says that she can only write lullabies, therefore is struggling to come up with any new catchy material for her new album.
The singer, who is known for her strong pop rock image, may have trouble tapping into that signature rebel Pink sound now that she is a mother, because it awakens a softer, maternal side of her.
She promised fans that she would not be writing lullabies for her new album since becoming a mother, but is having a difficult time keeping that promise, since the birth of her latest muse and inspiration Willow Sage Hart.
According to a source, Pink tells EOnline.com, "She stops crying when I sing. I sing 'You Are My Sunshine' and I make up songs for her because I'm goofy."
Even though she loves being inspired musically by motherhood, the singer fears that her album won't be as strong in the typical Pink "packs-a-punch" way.
Perhaps she can use this to her advantage in a new way, since there is no strength and inspiration like becoming a mother.
Given this, it may not necessarily be a bad thing, as artists are known to evolve musically by channeling other aspects of themselves through life experiences. Perhaps this challenge will allow her creativity to blossom in ways that she has never
imagined as an artist.
Can new mommy Pink pull this off without losing any of her signature style?
Pink is a first-time mother of five-year-old Willow with husband Carey Hart.
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