Slut Like You
by Pink

Album: The Truth About Love (2012)
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Songfacts®:

  • Pink shows her playful side on this feminist anthem, which considers the question why is a man who sleeps around considered to be a player, but a girl who does the same a slut? She admitted in a track-by-track on the Spotify streaming service that she knew this feminist is going to "make mums mad."
  • Pink wrote the song with Max Martin and Shellback. Previous collaborations between the singer and the Swedish hitmaking duo include "So What," "Raise Your Glass" and "Perfect."
  • This is featured on Pink's sixth studio album, The Truth About Love, which was released a year after she gave birth to her daughter, Willow. Fans who were wondering if the new mom would lose her edge were relieved to find songs like "Slut Like You" and "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" on the track list.

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