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Trinity Laure’Ale Home Profile
Trinity Laure’Ale Home better known by her stage name Tink is an American rapper and singer from the Chicago area in Illinois. Additionally, 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”.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Age
Trinity is 28 years old as of 2023, she was born on 18th March 1995 in Calumet City, Illinois, United States of America. Additionally, she celebrates her birthday on 18th March every year.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Height
She stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Family
Home was born in Calumet City, Illinois. She was nicknamed Tink by friends in elementary school and she has used the name ever since. Tink started singing in church when she was five years old and began writing songs at age 11, including some for her father’s friends.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Education
She attended high school at Chicago’s Simeon Career Academy where she participated in talent shows and joined the school choir. Additionally, she counted English as one of her favorite subjects because it helped her become a stronger writer. She started rapping and recording music in her father’s basement studio at the age of 15. At age 16, she and her brother posted a clip of her freestyling over Clipse’s “Grindin'” to Facebook and received local buzz.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Winter’s Diary 2 and 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.
Moreover, 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 led her to have a meeting with record executives in Los Angeles. At the time, Tink noted that she was comfortable staying independent.
Tink’s 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. Additionally, in 2014, Tink performed alongside Sleigh Bells at South by Southwest (SXSW), 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”. Furthermore, in October 2014, Tink signed a deal with Timbaland’s Mosley Music Group, an imprint of Epic Records. Tink appeared in the Worldstar Hip Hop documentary showcasing Chicago’s burgeoning Hip Hop scene entitled “The Field: Chicago” in January 2014
Trinity Laure’Ale Home ThinkTink and label issues
Her debut studio album had been scheduled to be released in 2015 and was preceded by the single “Ratchet Commandments”. Timbaland made headlines in 2015 by indicating at SXSW that Aaliyah had appeared to him and described Tink as “the one.” Tink would later perform an unreleased track that samples Aaliyah’s “One in a Million”. In April 2015, the unreleased track, now entitled “Million”, was released. Epic scheduled a July 2015 release for Think Tink but Timbaland decided to delay the project. “The album was finished.
There was an intro, I had interludes.” Tink told the FADER in February 2018. “It was called to hold back on it, and I think, I want to say, for the benefit of the doubt, he did want to perfect it. But it was Tim’s call not to put it out.” Frustrated by Mosley and Epic’s resistance to letting her share new material with her fans. Tink returned to the formula that had initially earned her a loyal following, and released her third mixtape in the Winter’s Diary series called Winter’s Diary 3 which featured one of her most famous songs to date named “I Like”.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Career
In 2016, Tink dropped multiple tracks early in the year and released her seventh mixtape, Winter’s Diary 4, which gained recognition by making Rolling Stone’s “40 Best Rap Albums of 2016” list, securing the 20th spot. The following year, in 2017, Tink released a few songs and took a six-month hiatus from social media, which left fans wondering about the reason behind it.
In a February 2017 interview with DJ Vlad, Tink revealed that she hadn’t been in contact with Timbaland for three months and stated that the decision to release “Think Tink” was in Timbaland’s hands. During that spring, she actively sought a way to terminate her contract with Mosley.
By the end of the year, Tink managed to reach an agreement with the label that granted her the rights to her unreleased music. Consequently, she became an independent artist and opted not to release any of her songs with Timbaland, choosing to start anew. In January 2018, Tink’s mixtape catalog became available on all streaming platforms.
Furthermore, after parting ways with Mosley Music Group and Epic Records, Tink released her first EP, “Pain & Pleasure,” in March 2018 through Machine Entertainment Group and Sony RED. On April 28, 2019, Tink unveiled the mixtape “Voicemails” under Empire, with the lead single “Bad Side.” Finally, on February 14, 2020, Tink released the album “Hopeless Romantic” through Winter’s Diary and Empire.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Net Worth
She has an estimated annual net worth of $ 3 million to $5 million earned from her career as a rapper and singer.
Trinity Laure’Ale Home Social Media Platforms
Trinity is very active on her Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. She has 531.3k followers on Twitter, 1.4 Million followers on Instagram, and 192k followers on Facebook.
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