For years, the multifaceted entertainer Tink has been one of the best artists around, but has still managed to fly under the radar. With co-signs from Billboard and Rolling Stone, along with music legends like Common and Timbaland, it’s still a surprise to many why the Chicago native has yet to hit mainstream. But as the old saying goes: “Cream rises to the top,” and today, Tink wants to further highlight her underrated talents with the new album, Thanks 4 Nothing.
The 14-track album includes guest appearances from Yung Bleu and Ty Dolla $ign, and features stand out songs such as “Fake Love,” “Trust Issues,” “Tongue Tied,” and more. It is also a mix of upbeat and introspective songs that explore themes of self-reflection, love, and growth. Tink’s lyrics are honest and relatable, and pulls from her personal experiences – both good and bad.
Along with Thanks 4 Nothing, today’s list includes drops from Chlöe Bailey, Baby Tate, Lil Wayne, Quavo, and more. Take a look at this week’s “Best New Music” roundup below.
Earlier this week, Baby Tate released the visual for her 2016 single “Hey, Mickey!” due to its rising popularity on TikTok. Take a look at the viral dance video HERE.
Today, Asian Doll drops the follow-up to last year’s Let’s Do A Drill, titled Let’s Do A Drill 2. Stream it HERE.
Today, the Chicago native releases her first studio album titled Thanks 4 Nothing. The 14-track project features Yung Bleu and Ty Dolla $ign. Stream it HERE.
Ahead of his upcoming tour, Lil Wayne released the new song “Kan’t Nobody,” featuring the late, great DMX, and co-produced by Swizz Beatz and Avenue. Listen to it HERE.
Don Tolliver shares his third album, Love Sick through Cactus Jack Records, and Atlantic Records. It features GloRilla, Lil Durk, WizKid, Brent Faiyaz, and more. Check it out HERE.
Earlier this week, the talented entertainer returned with the latest offering from his Breezy album, the official music video for “Psychic” featuring Jack Harlow. Watch it HERE.
Quavo has shared a video for his new song “Greatness,” a tribute to his late nephew and fellow member of the Migos, Takeoff. View the visual HERE.
Produced by Hitmaka and Cardiak, the song sample’s Usher’s classic 2004 track “Throwback.” Watch the video HERE.