Heat Of The Moment
Tink sings about the cycles of love and heartbreak as though the listeners are her friends—or the objects of her affection and ire. There's a casual coolness in the Chicago singer's lyrics and an inviting yet unbothered tone in her voice that fuse together to suggest intimacy, and it's this combination that continues to prove potent on Heat of the Moment. She's had the better part of a decade to refine the approach—some of her most beloved songs were released before she was even 20—and the maturity is evident here. With production by Hitmaka throughout, her confessional style proves vibrant as ever.