Last April, P!nk released her newest album, Hurts 2B Human. Following videos for the singles “Walk Me Home” and “90 Days,” plus an animated video for “Can We Pretend,” P!nk has now shared a music video for the title track. “Hurts 2B Human” featuring Khalid is a tender moment on the album, and one that highlights the importance of connection.
In the new music video, we see shots of P!nk and Khalid, each in their own separate hotel rooms struggling through hard times. They’re alone in their pain, but it’s not as isolating as it at first seems. Interspersed, we see various other characters facing personal issues and traumas. But while those problems may seem insurmountable on their own, we get to see how their faces light up at having someone there with them. Towards the end of the video, P!nk and Khalid finally cross paths, and it shows how valuable it is to have someone to help you through difficult times.
Watch the touching music video for “Hurts 2B Human” below:
“Hurts 2B Human” featuring Khalid appears on P!nk’s new album of the same name. You can stream, download, or buy a physical version of the album at all the major music providers here. But sure to also check out P!nk’s recent singles, “Walk Me Home,” “Hustle,” “Can We Pretend” featuring Cash Cash, and “90 Days” featuring Wrabel.
Although it had only been a year and a half since she released Beautiful Trauma, it seems P!nk was super inspired! Check out her latest album, and take some time to revisit her last album’s singles, too: “What About Us,” “Beautiful Trauma,” “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken,” “Whatever You Want,” and “Secrets.”
What do you think of P!nk and Khalid’s “Hurts 2B Human” music video? Which other songs on Hurts 2B Human would you like to see get music videos? Let us know in the comments below! And as always, keep checking back here for all the latest P!nk music news.
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