Social media is giving Tink her well-deserved flowers

Tink— the artist behind hits like ‘Treat Me Like Somebody’, ‘Fake Love’ and ‘Toxic’ — has been showered in love on social media recently, and fans are urging others to show some respect to her name!

Twitter users surround Tink with praise and support

The conversation was sparked by a tweet created last week urging users to talk about a hard-working artist who should be “much bigger than they are now.”

After the original post gained momentum, people started chiming in and talking about how they felt Tink was “the only right answer” since she “deserves so much more.”

In explaining her stance, users praised Tink for being “consistent” with her artistry.

Some users even spoke about how they felt her influence on the genre rivaled the contributions of other singers like SZA, Kehlani and Jhené Aiko.

As a result, it was noted that people “should really give Tink her flowers before she stops wanting them.”

Ultimately, the conversation surrounding Tink prompted the original poster to step in and say that she should have been “the #1 R&B girlie” after “Treat Me Like Somebody” fell back in early 2014.

Love comes as she unveils a new album

Remarkably, this conversation was sparked around the time Tink released a brand new project by the name Thank you 4 nothing. The album was just released on Friday and features collaborations with Ty Dolla $ign and Yung Bleu.

A few months before this project, she released another album called pillow talkfeaturing artists like 2 Chainz, Muni Long, G Herbo and Layton Greene.

The grind doesn’t end there, however, as she unleashed a whopping one Seven Albums between 2014 and 2021!

Salute to Tink, and do you agree that her artistry should make her a bigger name in the music industry? Social media is giving Tink her well-deserved flowers

Brian Ashcraft is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button