Upcoming Chicago rap-songstress, Tink, is reminiscent of late ninety’s early 2000’s artists like nicole wray, Amil, and total. Apparently Tink is a part of Timabaland’s camp and he presented her remix of Rick Ross’s current Hood Billionaire single “Movin’ Bass” on the The Breakfast Club this morning. The original version of the track also feature’s Jay-Z. Tim must believe in her if he’s backing her on a track that features two of hip hop’s heavy hitters.
Tink has liberated several other singles that have been buzzing under the radar but we’re sure she’ll be out of the underground realm soon enough. We’ll miss her but happy to see her doing her thing.
Rick Ross channels a down south chopped and screwed vibe for his lead single “Elivs Presley BLVD” from his forthcoming album HOOD Billionaire. He’s off to a good start and throwing Three Six Mafia member, Project Pat, on the track was a nice touch.
Meek Mill is currently in the process of finishing up his sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, and today the MMG rapper shares the first single from project, titled, “Off The Corner.” Getting a feature-verse from Rick Ross, the two emcees speak on how they found success living the street life. Mill’s upcoming LP is rumored to include features from the likes of Rita Ora, Chris Brown, Timbalandand more. Check out the new track up top and weigh in with your thoughts down below.
From Revolt TV:
Bawse liberates the highly-anticipated record just two weeks before his sixth studio album’s release.
Channeling the great Notorious B.I.G. and his bulletproof ballad “You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You),” Rozay adds his signature touch to the remake, backed by vocals and production from the album’s co-executive producer, Sean “Diddy” Combs, along with an infectious hook from French Montana.
“Double up, crime pays,” Ross roars on the menacing number that anchors the dark ambiance of his upcoming record. Mastermind arrives on March 4.