Tink – Heat Of The Moment (Zip File)
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American rapper, singer and songwriter, Trinity Laure’Ale Home, better known by her stage name Tink, has announced the release a new album titled “Heat Of The Moment”.
Heat of the Moment is the upcoming album by Tink Executive produced by Hitmaka, the album consists of 14 tracks and features Yung Bleu. The new album hits all major steaming platforms on July. Tink recently released a single “Selfush” which sees feature from Mobile, Alabama rapper Yung Bleu. Tink 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. She was also chosen as part of the XXL 2015 Freshman Class. In January 2018, Tink’s mixtape catalog appeared on all streaming services. After leaving Mosley Music Group and Epic Records, Tink released her first EP Pain & Pleasure in March 2018 through Machine Entertainment Group and Sony RED.
On April 28, 2019, Tink released the mixtape Voicemails, under Empire. The lead single was Bad Side. Tink released the album Hopeless Romantic through Winter’s Diary and Empire on February 14, 2020. Tink has been compared to Lauryn Hill, Ms. Jade and Da Brat. Her first mixtape, Winter’s Diary, was largely filled with R&B ballads, but her second mixtape, Alter Ego, established her rapping skills. Her subsequent mixtapes have blended her R&B and rap styles.
Tink has also been loosely associated with the Drill movement that was birthed in Chicago. Some of her early songs (like “Bad Girl”) display some of the genre’s hallmarks like aggressive beats and violent lyrics. She has since distanced herself from that movement, saying that she wants to become “a positive, realistic vision of female empowerment.” Much of the lyrical content in her music deals with complex emotional issues that are geared toward a primarily teenage demographic. She often uses a Chicago setting to convey her feelings about love, heartbreak, faithfulness, and teenage melodrama. Tink has been praised for her storytelling ability. Her music has also taken on issues like female empowerment and the Black Lives Matter movement.