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Tink Says She Writes For Rihanna & More When She Take Breaks



Tink Says When She Take Breaks She Writes For Rihanna And More

Recently, Tink said comparisons to Lauryn Hill and the late Aaliyah made about her by Timbaland ended up damaging her career, and that it “wasn’t really necessary.”

Hitmaka and Tink stopped by The Breakfast Club on Friday (August 12) to discuss some new music they have in the works, and Charlamagne opened the dialogue by asking if she felt that “Tim had oversold” her.

“It was a lot,” Tink said. “The comparisons, I caught a lot of backlash, you know? I dropped the record ‘Million’, and it was a really dope song, but I felt like with him kinda comparing me to her, you know, telling people I’m the next Aaliyah, you can’t play with legends like that. And I had a lot of work to do at the time so it wasn’t really necessary.”

During the interview, Tink revealed when she take breaks she writes for Rihanna and more. “I knew that,” Charlamgne interjected. “Yeah Charlamgne knew that,” Tink added.

Trinity Laure’Ale Home (born March 18, 1995), better known by her stage name Tink, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter from the Chicago area in Illinois.

She is best known for the single “Treat Me Like Somebody” and for the collaboration with singer and producer Jeremih on “Don’t Tell Nobody”.

Since 2012, she has released seven mixtapes and has gone independent due to label issues regarding the release of her debut album. Her 2014 mixtape, Winter’s Diary 2: Forever Yours, was featured as a top 10 R&B album in both Rolling Stone and Billboard magazines.

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