Tinashe postponed her Joyride World Tour to work on her sophomore album, but that’s not stopping her from getting her name out there in more press. She’s the cover girl of Paper Magazine’s latest issue, which is inspired by Britney Spear’s infamous Rolling Stones cover from 1999; she wears pink lingerie while laying on pink, satiny sheets and holding a phone receiver.
As Tinashe deflected the drama, Brown continued to make public digs at her, calling her a “hobbit ass face” in a now-deleted Instagram post. The post was captured in a screenshot by BallerAlert...
Tinashe’s “Joyride World Tour” has come to a halt, and for good reason. The singer has decided to finish up her sophomore album first.
Tinashe plays cupid on what seems to be a leak called "Bullet," only instead of making others falls in love, this is for her own purposes. Instead of an arrow, she intends on using a metaphorical gun to shoot out her confident, sensual intentions.
Wearing a very Aaliyah-esque ensemble (sports bra exposing her bare belly, a faux fur jacket, and baggy jeans), the L.A. singer worked the crowd and sang along with the track for both performances.
Have you been jammin’ to the new Target commercial that features the Tom Tom Club’s 80's classic “Genius Of Love” and been wondering who the singer is? Me, too…now we know it’s Tinashe!
The New York Times Style Magazine is prepping a story a called “Hip-Hop and R&B’s New Voices” where seven rising female artists sang the Roberta Flack/Fugees classic “Killing Me Softly"...
For their “Future Forward” campaign, the cosmetic heavyweight has ushered in a group of musical beauties, who are about to blow up on the music scene to promote their new products, and in turn, shine the light on each artist for the world to see.
Tinashe is gearing up for a wild ride (world tour, album Joyride, etc.), and she wants to take you with her!
With a new album (Joyride), and a world tour on the horizon, Tinashe is prepping to take off in 2016. To promote, she’s the cover girl of the February/March 2016 Issue of Complex Magazine, looking like a tall glass of water (literally!).