Tink Songs

  • Trust No One
    Trust No One
    Here's Tink and Timbaland's second new track of the day: "Trust No One." Whereas "Dinero" was a smooth and sexy club track, "Trust No One" is much darker, with an ominous Timbo beat perfect for Halloween. If you've been keeping up with the 2015 XXL Freshman, you know she can sing sweet laments just as well as she can rap in the gritty style inspired by her city's drill movement.
  • Dinero
    It's been a little while since we've heard from Tink, the last time being a dope rework of "Jupiter" with the help of K Camp. She's returned tonight, on Halloween, with an excellent new track, "Dinero," produced by Timbaland, who's back with his main prodigy after a recent collab with Migos. 
  • Jupiter (Remix)
    Jupiter (Remix)
    One of the most memorable tracks on Tink's latest mixtape, Winter's Diary 3, was the glossy ballad, "Jupiter," and it's now received an official remix with some assistance from a very special guest. K Camp -- who often occupies the space between rapper and R&B singer -- stops by to share both some melodies and some bars. While he provides an interesting detour, it's still Tink's show for the most part. 
  • UFO
    Depending who you talk to, Timbaland can be seen as Tink's perfect collaborative partner, or the dude who's cramping her style. We'll just have to see if the latest collaboration changes anyone's mind -- a track with Timbo billed as the lead artist, while Tink and -- the man who can do no wrong -- Future Hendrix, are featured.
  • L.E.A.S.H.
    As expected, Tink came through today and released the third installment in her Winter’s Diary mixtape series. Laced with the 10 tracks, the follow up to last year’s Vol. 2 project comes with no features and production credits from the likes of Timbaland, C-Sick, Cookin Soul, Chef Byer, and more.
  • Temporary
    Two of Chicago's finest, Saba and Tink, collaborated at the RedBull Sound Select Studios. The resulting song, "Temporary," produced by CHAD, is slow-moving to start but the energy floods in when Saba starts rapping. Tink provides a mix of singing and rapping as her contribution.
  • I Like
    I Like
    Producer C-Sick first found fame working with Logic, but has since gone back to his Chicago roots and worked with a bunch of buzzing Chi-town artists. Today Tink gets production from the beatsmith, straying from Timbaland's influence for the r'n'b-driven "I Like." The song comes on the heels of Tink's XXL Freshmen Freestyle and profile, keeping the singer/rapper's name circulating on the blogosphere today. 
  • Wet Dollars (Remix)
    Wet Dollars (Remix)
    UK DJ Tazer's "Wet Dollars" record has been out for about two years, but today it's been given new life with the addition of a vocalist-- and not just any vocalist, but Chicago's rising star, Tink. The Timbaland co-signed singer and rapper proves her versatility once again by taking on the blocky house joint, skipping over the synths with a tightly packed flow, before adding some subtle backing melodies to the hook.
  • Round The Clock (Freestyle)
    Round The Clock (Freestyle)
    One of the many exciting artists coming out of the T Dot is The Flan.
  • Room 302
    Room 302
    Production team Future Brown return to HNHH today after making their debut recently with the single "Talkin Bandz." The team of producers who hail from all over the map have been steadily gaining buzz, and it looks like 2015 will be their biggest year yet, with their self-titled debut album on the way. For the third leak off the album, we get vocals from Tink over jingly and seductive production.
  • Tell The Children
    Tell The Children
    Anyone who's been following Tink's career knows that she was destined to be a star, but since linking with Timbaland, the process has been jump-started.
  • Around The Clock
    Around The Clock
    Tink became a trending topic on twitter yesterday when veteran producer Timbaland was on The Breakfast Club big upping her music, for good reason too. After previewing some of the records he has in store with the young Chicago rapper/singer for Power 105.1, there was no denying her talent.
  • Movin' Bass (Original Version)
    Movin' Bass (Original Version)
    Timbaland was a guest on The Breakfast Club this morning, and after a discussion about the Aaliyah movie, which was slammed across the web, Timbo discusses Rick Ross' new single
  • That Did It
    That Did It
    As most tend to be when hearing Tink for the first time (or better yet, seeing her live), noise pop duo Sleigh Bells were taken aback by the vocal talents of the rising Chicago star. After inviting Tink onstage to sing with them in Austin, it was only right that the two acts get in the studio for a proper collaboration.
  • ABC Fantasies
    ABC Fantasies
    Tink has been popping up more frequently than usual the past two weeks, and we are not complaining. The Chicago singer-slash-rapper appears to be coming out of her shell, after delivering a stand-out remix of DeJ Loaf's "Try Me" the other day, she returns with an original cut, "ABC Fantasies."
  • Try Me (Remix)
    Try Me (Remix)
    To date, none of the numerous remixes of DeJ Loaf's "Try Me" that we've posted have completely erased the Detroit rapper's voice for the entire song. That's the most immediately noticeable feature of Tink's new version of the hit, and luckily the Chicago MC has more than enough charisma to pull off that move.
  • Sounds Good
    Sounds Good
    Over the course of a few short months, Chicago MC Tink has become an HNHH favorite. Thanks to a collaboration with Jeremih, a few with DJ Dahi, she's seen her status in the rap game elevated, and with good reason. Today, she shares a new one entitled "Sounds Good," produced by DJ Wes.
  • Used 2 Know
    Used 2 Know
    2014 is shaping up to be a great year for R&B singer Tink. After successful collaborative tracks with Kelela, DJ Dahi and Jeremih, the Chicago songstress has released a track called "Used 2 Know" that was produced by Spaceman. Check it out below.
  • M.E.N.
    Tink already hit us with a huge summer anthem a few weeks back, with her sunny Jeremih duet "Don't Tell Nobody". She subsequently delivered another collaboration with Kelela and DJ Dahi, as part of the Yours Truly "Songs From Scratch" series (which also gave birth to the Jeremih x Shlohmo collabs).
  • Don't Tell Nobody (CDQ)
    Don't Tell Nobody (CDQ)
    "Don't Tell Nobody" first arrived earlier in the month, but it was unfortunately crowded with an excess of DJ tags. Even so, it was clear the single was something special, with Tink-- one of Chicago's most promising young talents --going back and forth with one of the city's proven R&B songwriters, Jeremih.