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Album Review: Tink – Voicemails

Tink is one of the known faces in today’s generation of R&B. After almost three years since her last release, the Chicagoan released her album that mostly have a 90s feel. If you looking for that nostalgia, you will be pleased.

My favorite part of the album are really the first two records and the drama-filled comedic voicemails that everyone can relate to. It ties in to the theme of the album. The single “Bad Girl” is easily the best record and a smart choice for the single. I do wish she had more voicemails and steered more to the 90s feel to bring the project home. All in All, Tink holds steady.

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