Twitter Users Surround Tink In Praise & Support
The conversation was sparked by a tweet made last week, which asked users to speak on a hardworking artist who “should be way bigger than they are right now.”
give me an artist that's been working their asses off for some time and you truly feel should be way bigger than they are right now…
— spicebae (@spicebae_) February 17, 2023
After the original post began to pick up traction, people began to chime in and speak on how they felt as though Tink is “the only correct answer,” as she “deserves so much more.”
tink is the only correct answer and i’ll die on that hill! https://t.co/TgvoRlzcEK
— ❤️🔥 G A W D ❤️🔥 (@_benjvmins_) February 23, 2023
— niggasbebrokeokayy (@khilanii) February 23, 2023
Tink deserves so much more
— Black Couples (@blvckcouples) February 23, 2023
When explaining their stance, users praised Tink for being “consistent” with her artistry.
— DILAH (@YCP4EVRRR) February 22, 2023
Tink is one of the most consistent and underrated artists in the industry pic.twitter.com/IFDpJDZBlV
— The Insomnious (@TheInsomnious1) February 23, 2023
Tink so consistent with her music , like I love her 😭she been doing this so long . My girl deserves her mf flowers .
— jordyy (@loveeejae23) February 24, 2023
Some users even spoke on how they felt as though her impact on the genre rivals the contributions of other singers like SZA, Kehlani, and Jhené Aiko.
This is so hard but y’all….. Tink introduced me to the genre😭😭😭 like I have to stay loyal https://t.co/tZsFRKbDI2
— taurus girl (@jaxajueny) February 24, 2023
ima have to go with tink… she’d def the one i’m sitting with if i’m in my feelings https://t.co/UbWRxV1ACq
— DILAH (@YCP4EVRRR) February 24, 2023
As a result, it was noted that people should really “give Tink her flowers before she doesn’t want them anymore.”
— Rap Alert (@rapalert6) February 22, 2023
Give tink her fucking flowers PLEASE.
— Bayda 💗 (@Jaydadanae) February 24, 2023
Give @Official_Tink her flowers please & thank you baby been COOKING 🔥🔥..
— VON. (@VonThames) February 24, 2023
Ultimately, the conversation around Tink prompted the original poster to chime in and say that she should’ve been “the #1 R&B girlie” after “Treat Me Like Somebody” dropped back in early 2014.
— spicebae (@spicebae_) February 23, 2023
The Love Comes As She Unveils A New Album
Notably, this conversation was sparked around the time that Tink dropped a brand-new project called Thanks 4 Nothing. The album was just released on Friday, and it features collabs with Ty Dolla $ign and Yung Bleu.
A few months ahead of this project, she dropped another album called Pillow Talk, which featured artists like 2 Chainz, Muni Long, G Herbo, and Layton Greene.
The grind doesn’t end there, though, as she released a whopping seven albums between 2014 and 2021!
Shoutout to Tink, and do you agree with the sentiment that she should be a bigger name in the music industry thanks to her artistry?