Trinity Home (born March 15, 1995),better known by her stage name Tink, is an American rapper and singer-songwriter. Since 2012, she has released five mixtapes and is due to release her debut studio album in 2015. The album is set to be released on the Mosley Music Group label, an imprint of Epic Records run by producer, Timbaland.Her 2014 mixtape, Winter’s Diary 2: Forever Yours, was featured as a top 10 R&B album in both Rolling Stone and Billboard magazines.
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Doomtree started as a mess of friends, fooling around after school, trying to make music without reading the manual. The group had varied tastes—rap, punk, indie rock, pop—so the music they made together often bore the toolmarks of several styles. When they had enough songs, they booked some shows. They made friends with the dudes at Kinkos to [more]
For an artist, the hardest skill to master is the ability to transcend, be it the era that created them, the work that defined them, or even the fame that elevated them, but those who are successful are rewarded with a title that can only be earned: legend. Derrick “D-Nice” Jones, with a multi-decade music career that has taken him from the [more]
In the late 90's, Pacal "DJ Pain 1" Bayley, born in the midwest region of the United States, spent most of his time writing graffiti and soaking in whatever bit of hip-hop culture he was able. Now an adult, he carries multiple titles, including that of a certified secondary educator, professional hip-hop producer, and mixshow DJ and [more]
Public Enemy is an American hip hop group consisting of Chuck D, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord, The S1W group, Khari Wynn and Professor Griff. Formed in Long Island, New York in 1982, they are known for their politically charged lyrics and criticism of the American media, with an active interest in the frustrations and concerns of the African American [more]