Tink is no newbie to flexing her rhyme skills. Tink dabbled in the art a few years and discovered she had a knack for it. But it was a Chief Keef co-sign that prompted her to keep going at it. Tink talked her introduction to rapping during an interview with Hot 97’s Jennifer Le.
“I actually fell into rapping kinda by accident. Not accident, but I was just playing around,” Tink said. “I got noticed by Chief Keef. He retweeted one of the remixes I made from one of his songs.”
Tink may be referring to her song “Rarris and Rovers,” which plays off Sosa’s song “Love Sosa.” Tink’s track appears on her “Blunts and Ballads.”
“People were definitely drawn to the rapping, so then I switched it up and started rapping,” Tink continued. “I could always sing, but I tested the waters. I played around with it and over time I realized I had a real talent with the rapping as well. Today, I’m kinda just blending both. I have people who love me for my ballads and my slow emotional songs. Then there’s people who wanna hear my turn up… drop bars. I love em both.”
Tink is currently gearing up for the release of her debut album “Think Tink.”
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Tink Says Chief Keef Co-Signed Her Rap Skills
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