I’ve been told by valuable sources of possible jabs at Nicki Minaj, taken by XXL Freshman Classman Tink. Tink is the featured artist on Chicago Artist J. Reign track WANNA DO. Tink was signed with Timbaland’s Mosley Music Group, an imprint of Epic Records, in October 2014. Pretty interesting, considering back last year in November, Tink was considered a candidate of being the next Nicki Minaj via Billboard. Tink is a possible threat since she can sing and can rap. With Timberland co-signing Tink and her non-stop growing fan base. Timberland also stated that Aaliyah came to him in a dream saying Tink is the one, the one artist that can possibly bring back the style and essence of Aaliyah’s sound. This year May, Tink had an interview with NY Mag, regarding how Nicki Minaj is an inspiration to her to start rapping. “I’ll be honest with you, before I heard Nicki rapping, I probably wouldn’t have thought to rap myself. Just to see a female doing it and being in there with the guys, it was motivation.” VIA NY Mag.
Something must’ve sparked Tink between the time she said that to right before recording her verse. In the studio session, Tink was flamed on and insisted on having her verse go first on WANNA DO. The track was recorded at an unknown studio in Chicago. But after it was recorded her PR company insisted on getting it deleted. Luckily Tink, couldn’t hold back and was still able to leave at least one remark against Nicki on the remake of the verse.
“Acting Like I Don’t When I Really Really Do
Need You Like Nicki Need Her Silicone Boobs
And Knowing I Get Excited Every Time You Come Around,
Cause Just Like Titanic Sink Ship You’re Going Down”
I had to look more into this and what I discovered was Silicone-filled implants are silicone shells filled with a plastic gel (silicone). Also, I would think if mentioning something artificial she’s intending their must be something fake about Nicki. Considering, Tink stays true to what she raps about. We just have to see if anything else plays out. Check out the latest from Tink with Winters Diary 3 Mixtape.
What would you say about this verse from Tink and what would Nicki Minaj say about this?
[QUEENS, NEW YORK] Cash Sinatra is bringing us that fire with his latest EP titled Nineteen 90 Somethin. For Us 90′ Kids we’re going to really vibe out to this one. Classic Tracks over very familiar R&B instrumentals from the 90’s and re-touched by 2015 flavor. Ranging from Blackstreet, Aaliyah, R.Kelly, and Ghost town DJs. Nineteen 90 Somethin was inspired by his track One In A Million inspired by Aaliyah’s smooth rhythm. Off of his eight track EP my favorite tracks off of the Nineteen 90 Somethin are Doo-Wop, Color Me Lit, IDLY II, One In A Million, Think Of You, and No Diggity. Cash Sinatra has improved tremendously from the last time we featured him in 2011. He sounds more confident on this type of production. Cash has been busy lately, from performing on DJ Envy’s “Follow The Flow” and being apart of The Source Unsigned Hype & Cypher. Also, be on the look out for new visuals off of the Nineteen 90 Somethin EP and don’t forget to follow Cash Sinatra on all his social media accounts.
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Aaliyah was an R&B & Hip-Hop Singer/Actress. Today makes 10 years of Aaliyah’s death, when her airplane crashes after Rock The Boat video shoot in the Bahamas. What happened was that they initially had a flight scheduled for the following day, but with filming finished early, Aaliyah and her entourage were eager to return to the United States and made the decision to leave immediately. The designated airplane was smaller than the Cessna 404 in which they had originally flown. Nevertheless, the whole party and all of the equipment were accommodated on board. As a result, when the aircraft attempted to depart, it was over its maximum takeoff weight by 700 pounds and was carrying one more passenger than it was certified to. The plane crashed shortly after takeoff, about 200 feet from the runway. Aaliyah and the eight others on board, were killed.
I am a fan of Aaliyah. I remember when I was 13 years old, I would watch all her videos, learn her lyrics, and try to dance just like her. I remember hearing the news on MTV of this tragic crash, I couldn’t believe it. When you watch the video you are in shock of how angelic Aaliyah looks, and especially at the end of the video it seems like she is swimming up to the heavens. Breath-taking.