Pink will release her next album, "I'm Not Dead," April 4 via LaFace. The Dave Meyers-directed video for first single "Stupid Girl" will premiere Thursday (Jan. 26) on the MTV broadband network Overdr

Pop vocalist Pink will release her next album, "I'm Not Dead," April 4 via LaFace. The Dave Meyers-directed video for first single "Stupid Girl" will premiere Thursday (Jan. 26) on the MTV broadband network Overdrive. A send-up of superficial culture, the clip finds Pink dancing next to a 50 Cent lookalike, wielding an inflatable chest and crashing a car while talking on her cell phone.

Executive produced by the artist, "I'm Not Dead" also features contributions from songwriter/producers like Max Martin, Billy Mann, Butch Walker, Mike Elizondo and Luke Gottwald. The Indigo Girls also appear on an as-yet-unnamed track.

According to a letter posted by the artist last fall on her official Web site, a DVD featuring unknown content will be released simultaneously with "I'm Not Dead." "I'm trying to save you a trip to the store," she wrote.

The album is the follow-up to 2003's "Try This," which has sold 700,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Its predecessor, 2001's "M!ssundaztood," has moved 5.2 million copies and spawned four top 20 Billboard Hot 100 hits.