Tink - Count It Up (Prod. By Jahlil Beats) [New Song]

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Tink looks back on the grind on her motivational new R&B single, "Count It Up," produced by Jahlil Beats.

Tink is one of the most versatile young artists in the game right now. Upon seeing her name next to Jahlil Beats, a champion of hard-hitting street anthems, one might expect her to be on her drill game, as with March's "Circle the Block." However, "Count It Up," her latest single, is a reflection of her more introspective side, and the song is evidence of Tink's impressive skills as an R&B songwriter. She has a smooth, nimble singing flow that's obviously been shaped by her abilities as an emcee. Jahlil mixes an ambient melody with a slow but heavy blast of 808s, and Tink reflects on the grind she's been on for years, knowing that few will understand the sacrifices she's made to get here. 

"R&B to the mothafuckin' streets," she says before dropping the hook one last time. 

Quotable Lyrics

Long days, long nights, 30 days, 30 flights, count it up
I had to get up and get it, ain't had a break in a minute 
Too busy making a profit, bitches ain't even a topic 

 

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Count It Up
Produced by Jahlil Beats

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audience rating
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1 MAKE IT STOP
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90% (98)

Tink looks back on the grind on her motivational new R&B single, "Count It Up," produced by Jahlil Beats.


Tink is one of the most versatile young artists in the game right now. Upon seeing her name next to Jahlil Beats, a champion of hard-hitting street anthems, one might expect her to be on her drill game, as with March's "Circle the Block." However, "Count It Up," her latest single, is a reflection of her more introspective side, and the song is evidence of Tink's impressive skills as an R&B songwriter. She has a smooth, nimble singing flow that's obviously been shaped by her abilities as an emcee. Jahlil mixes an ambient melody with a slow but heavy blast of 808s, and Tink reflects on the grind she's been on for years, knowing that few will understand the sacrifices she's made to get here. 

"R&B to the mothafuckin' streets," she says before dropping the hook one last time. 

Quotable Lyrics

Long days, long nights, 30 days, 30 flights, count it up
I had to get up and get it, ain't had a break in a minute 
Too busy making a profit, bitches ain't even a topic 

 

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