Tink real name Trinity Laure’Ale Home, better known by her stage name Tink, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter. 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 is due to release her debut studio album in 2018. 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.
Tink was born on March 15, 1995, and is currently 25 years old as per this year 2020 March 15th. She has a height of 5’5′ feet.
Tink Family/Early Life
Trinity Home was born in Calumet City, Illinois, on March 15, 1995. Home was nicknamed Tink in elementary school by her friends, and since then she has used the name. When she was five years old, she started singing in church and started writing songs at the age of 11, including some for the buddies of her father.
She considered English to be one of her favorite subjects because it helped her become a more powerful writer. At the age of 15, she began raping and recording music in the basement studio of her father. She and her brother posted a video of her freestyling on Facebook at the age of 16 over Clipse’s “Grindin ‘” and earned local publicity.
2011–2014: Winter’s Diary 2 & Timbaland
Tink’s career officially began with the release of her 2011’s mixtape, Winter’s Diary, while she was still in high school under Lyrical Eyes Management. In 2012, she followed that up with two more mixtape releases Alter Ego and Blunts & Ballads. In 2013, she released her fourth mixtape, Boss Up, and she was featured on Future Brown’s debut single “Wanna Party”.
In 2013, the buzz surrounding her mixtape releases and her collaboration with Future Brown, which led her to have a meeting with record executives in Los Angeles. At the time, Tink noted that she was comfortable staying independent.
Her next mixtape, Winter’s Diary 2: Forever Yours, which was named the eighth-best R&B album of 2014 by Rolling Stone and the ninth-best R&B album of 2014 by Billboard. In 2014, she performed alongside Sleigh Bells at South by Southwest, and the acts released a joint single, “That Did It,” in the same year.
She also collaborated with Kelela on a song, titled “Want It” and collaborated with Jeremih on a song, titled “Don’t Tell Nobody”. In October 2014, she signed a deal with Timbaland’s Mosley Music Group, an imprint of Epic Records. She appeared in the Worldstar Hip Hop documentary showcasing Chicago’s burgeoning Hip Hop scene entitled “The Field: Chicago” in January 2014.
2018–present: Independence & Pain & Pleasure
In January 2018, Tink’s mixtape catalog appeared on all streaming services. After leaving all the label troubles behind by leaving Mosley Music Group and Epic Records, Tink released her first Extended Play “Pain & Pleasure” in March 2018 through Machine Entertainment Group & Sony RED.
On April 28th, 2019, Tink released her new mixtape Voicemails, under Empire. The lead single was Bad Side.
1. Don’t Tell Nobody
2. Treat Me Like Somebody
4. I Like
5. Bad Side
6. Count on You
7. Get You Home
8. Ride It
10. Bonnie & Clyde
11. I Need Ur Love
12. Ratchet Commandments
13. I Wanna Be Down
16. Soon As U Walk-In
17. Falling in Love
18. No Hesitation
19. Your Secrets
21. Litty Again
22. Stabbed In The Back
23. Wet Dollars
24. On To the Next One
28. Show It
29. There’s Somebody Else
30. All Falls Down
31. Keke’s Interlude
32. What is Real
Tink New Album
Tink Releases New Mixtape Voicemails: Listen
With a fresh mixtape called Voicemails, Chicago rapper and R&B singer Tink is back. The 12-track project features DeJ Loaf’s guest appearance on “Ride It.”
2. Winter’s Diary 4
3. Winter’s Diary
4. Winter’s Diary 3
5. Winter’s Diary 2
6. Boss Up
8. American Success Story
9. Eat My Pussy
11. Men’s Health: Beach Body Workout
12. Ke Hui Wei Wang / Ren Zhe Lei Shui Goodbye (Capital Artists 40th Anniversary)
13. Pain & Pleasure (EP)
Tink’s Net Worth
In 2019, Tink estimated net worth is around $1 million dollars.