Days after dropping her new single, "G.M.O. (Got My Own)," featuring Chi-Town rapper/singer-songwriter Tink, Mya returns with an official music video. In the laidback black & white visual, splashed with some color, and mostly shot on a green screen, Mya shows us why black don't crack while Tink adds to the sexy flare. Produced by MyGuyMars and Resource, the song finds Mya [Read More]
Mya is doing the damn indie thang! For the past few years, she's been cranking out jams and bops on the indie circuit; her 2016 LP Smoove Jones even earned a Grammy nomination. In April 018, she dropped another opus called T.K.O (The Knock Out), and now she's back with a surprise collab with Chi-Town rapper/singer-songwriter Tink called “G.M.O. (Got [Read More]
Tink and her leading man, played by The Chi's Bart Fitzpatrick, hit the island to enjoy some of the finer things in life after pulling a bank heist. In the music video for "M.I.A.," the ride or die couple enjoy the beauties of the islands, pop champagne, and flosses with cash, as cops look to find their whereabouts. "M.I.A." is [Read More]
R&B songstress Tink will be heading out this summer for the 'Pain & Pleasure' headlining tour. Kicking off on Friday, May 18th at Jack Rabbit in San Antonio, TX, the 9-city trek will touch down in cities like Phoenix, Los Angeles, Portland, and Seattle, before wrapping in her native Chicago on Friday, June 8th at the Promontory. The 'Pain & Pleasure' tour [Read More]
In anticipation of his new album Eazy Call, R&B singer Eric Bellinger delivers a brand new star-studded jam entitled "Ain't Ya Ex." The single is ignited with female vocals from Mila J and Tink. "Ain't Ya Ex" was produced by Ayo n Keyz. It is the follow-up single to the singer's "G.O.A.T. 2.0," featuring east coast rapper Wale. While trying to [Read More]
It was only yesterday (Aug 25) when Tink released her Winter's Diary 4 mixtape, but now she's unleashed the short clip for "Modern Wave," one of the project's 15-tracks.
This is one of Tink's best tapes; whereas Tink's previous releases showcased more of her rap flows, the 15-track tape features more of the Chicago artist's vocals and chill production. She's still repping a woman's point of view through both melody and bars.
In the clip, she chills in, out, and all around a sharp Aston Martin while spitting her verses. She even dons matching sweatsuits with her crew and unleashes some rapid choreography.
Produced by L.A. production team Dr3amforever, “Home” soncially lives up to her name "Tink" with plinky, clicky sounds. It should he relatable for all the women who want more from their relationship; Tink is the voice of a woman who wants to take her relationship to the next level in commitment.
On the hard-hitting track, the almost 21-year-old wants to continue to whip around the block to circle the competition with her flows.