Tink & Dej Loaf Team Up On "Ride It"

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Tink and DeJ Loaf join forces on their new collaboration.

Tink's been on a roll in recent times ever since she made the decision to part ways with Timbaland. Since then, she's been blessing fans with a whole lot more music. She's been preparing for the release of a new project all year. Earlier today, she dropped off her new project Voicemails which she handles on her own for the most part. However, she does get some assistance from DeJ Loaf on "Ride It."

Tink and DeJ Loaf team up team up on the sultry, upbeat anthem, "Ride It." Tink and DeJ Loaf delivers sensual bars over the guitar-based production. The song serves as Tink and DeJ Loaf's first collaboration together, although Tink previously remixed DeJ Loaf's "Try Me."

Peep their new collaboration "Ride It" below.

Quotable Lyrics
My legs roll 'round your face until I cry
See I like where this is goin'
In the morning, I'll be glowin' 
'Cause you keep me satisfied

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