Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Tink Covers Fader

Tink is just destined for greatness this year- after all she does have mega-producer/hit maker, Timbaland in her corner. The young rapper has been buzzing locally for some time now, more recently this escalated with the track "Movin' Bass" that featured two heavyweights in the hip hop game- Rick Ross and Jay Z. Also, I think it's good to mention that this was first dropped on NYC's Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club. Now the young female emcee has graced the February/March 2015 issue of Fader. In the music magazine, she talks female empowerment, how she got in contact with Timbaland, as well as a some details on her debut album.

“I had to cut off calling myself ‘b*tch.’ And I cut out some of the songs where I was kind of like degrading myself. When people do that, of course it’s seen in a fun way, but at the same time it’s sending the message to everybody else to look at you as a bitch,” said Tink in the interview. “I want to dig deep into bad relationships, molestation, racism, and not feeling pretty. I want to get under people’s skin.”

Read the whole interview here.
-Branden D. Tatum (@TakemTatum)

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