Tink was known for her mature content in her music way before signing with Timbaland. Her openness and honesty earned her a strong following on the underground level. The South Side Chicago artist is not moving away from her roots in her upcoming debut album “Think Tink.” Tink revealed during an interview with Hot 97’s Jennifer Le that she will speak on touchy subjects in her LP.
“I don’t really talk too much because I feel like I put everything into my music. It’s hard to really read me, but if you listen to my music you’ll understand exactly who I am,” Tink said. “That’s just because I tell like real-life stories whether it’s about a break-up, whether it’s about my cousin just passed away because he was involved in some gang-related things… If you listen to my upcoming album, I’m touching on very touchy situations like molestation… deep stuff. People need that in music.”
Tink’s “Think Tink” doesn’t have a set release date, but is slated to drop soon.
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Tink To Touch On Molestation In Debut Album ‘Think Tink’
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