My First: Tink – ‘I Cried After [Listening] To Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill’

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Tink is a very talented artist who is has been writing and releasing her own music for the better part of the past decade.

The artist looks back at her first memories with the culture, including hearing 50 Cent for the first time, her first rap album being Lil’ Bow Wow, admitting how the Miseducation of Lauryn Hill made her inspired, feel beautiful, and get emotional.

She also discussed her experience going to her first concert which was Future. Tink also addresses how she feels the most influential woman in Hip Hop is Nicki Minaj for the way she dominated the rap game in her prime, was about her business, and more.

Celebrating 50 years of Hip Hop, “My First” details your favorite celebrities’ relationship with the biggest culture in the world. The conversation will revolve around questions such as the first time they fell in love with Hip Hop, first song they heard on the radio, one of their biggest experiences with the culture, and more!