Tink Net Worth 2023: Rapper, Age, Bio, Wiki, Income (Updated)

What Is Tink’s Net Worth? (Recent Reports)

Net Worth$12 Million
BornMarch 18, 1995
Age28 Years Old
Birth PlaceIllinois, USA
Source of IncomeRapper
Last Updated2023

Tink is a rapper and vocalist from the United States. As of 2023, her net worth is presumed to be $12 million.

She is most known for her track “Treat Me Like Someone” and her collaboration on “Don’t Tell Anyone” with singer and producer Jeremih. She has released seven mixtapes since 2012.

Do you want to know more about her? If yes, keep reading!

Tink Biography/Wikipedia/Wiki

Real NameTrinity Laure’Ale Home
Known AsTink
Birth DateMarch 18, 1995
Age28 Years Old
Zodiac SignPisces
Height5′ 5″
Weight 50 kg
Nationality American 
Ethnicity Black
Marital StatusSingle
Spouse / BoyfriendN/A
Net Worth$12 Million

How Was Tink’s Early Life And Education?

Trinity Laure’Ale Home is the real name of Tink. Her birthplace is Calumet City, Illinois, USA. Her date of birth is March 18, 1995.

Thomas Home and Ranae Home are her parents.

She began singing in church at the age of five and writing songs at the age of eleven. 

Her friends in elementary school nicknamed her Tink, and ever since then, she has used this name.

She went to Chicago’s Simeon Vocational Academy for high school, where she competed in talent events and sang in the school choir.

At the age of 15, she began to rap and record songs in her father’s basement studio. 

She and her brother got local attention when they shared a tape of her freestyling over Clipse’s “Grindin'” on Facebook at the age of 16.

How Did Tink Start Her Career?

Tink’s career officially began in 2011 with the publication of her mixtape “Winter’s Diary” through Lyrical Eyes Management, when she was still in high school. 

She followed it up with two more mixtapes, “Alter Ego” and “Blunts & Ballads,” in 2012. 

In 2013, she released her fourth mixtape, “Boss Up” and was featured on Future Brown’s first single “Wanna Party.”

Her next mixtape, “Winter’s Diary 2: Forever Yours,” was rated Rolling Stone’s eighth-best R&B album of 2014 and Billboard’s ninth-best R&B album of 2014. 

Tink performed alongside Sleigh Bells at South by Southwest (SXSW) in 2014, and the two acts released a collaboration single, “That Done It,” the following year. 

She also teamed with Kelela on a song titled “Want It” and with Jeremih on a song titled “Don’t Tell Nobody.”

She secured a deal with Timbaland’s Mosley Music Group, an Epic Records division, in October 2014. 

She participated in The Field: Chicago, a world-star hip-hop documentary about Chicago’s budding hip-hop scene, in January 2014.

Epic had planned to release “Think Tink” in July 2015, but Timbaland chose to postpone the production. 

Disappointed by Mosley and Epic’s refusal to allow Tink to share new material with her fans, she resorted to the formula that had initially garnered her a dedicated following, releasing “Winter’s Diary 3,” which featured one of her most renowned songs to date, “I Like.”

She released her first EP “Pain & Pleasure” in March 2018 through Machine Entertainment Group and Sony RED after leaving Mosley Music Group and Epic Records.

Tink’s Personal Life

Tink is reportedly single, and there isn’t much information known to the media about her personal life.

How Does Tink Make Her Money?

The major sources of income through which Tink makes her money are:

  • Earning as a Rapper
  • Earning as a Vocalist

Tink’s Social Media Accounts

Tink Discography

  • Hopeless Romantic
  • Heat of the Moment
  • Pillow Talk The Tape
  • Thanks 4 Nothing
  • Winter’s Diary
  • Alter Ego
  • Blunts & Ballads
  • Voicemails
  • Boss Up

Major Career Highlights

  • Winter’s Diary 2: Forever Yours, the eighth-best R&B album of 2014 by Rolling Stone
  • Winter’s Diary 2: Forever Yours, the ninth-best R&B album of 2014 by Billboard.
  • Winter’s Diary 4, listed on Rolling Stone’s “40 Best Rap Albums of 2016”

Tink Quotes

“The key to artistry is being able to say stuff the way other people can’t.”


“I think why people are drawn to me is because I’m very relatable. I don’t filter.”


“I think, being a woman, we got to prove ourselves twice.”


Success Lessons From Tink’s Life

  • Believe in your abilities.
  • Stand up for yourself.
  • Stay dedicated.


Tink is a rapper from America. She has a large following owing to her distinct style and relatability. Her storytelling skills have been lauded by her fans.

I hope you are motivated by her journey.

As per the recent updates, the net worth of Tink is $12 million…!


Frequently Asked Questions

These are the questions asked about Tink:

What Is Tink’s Real Name?

Tink’s real name is Trinity Laure’Ale Home.

Is Tink Single?

Yes, Tink is reportedly single.

Who Are Tink’s Parents?

Thomas Home and Ranae Home are Tink’s parents.

Where Was Tink Born?

Tink was born in Calumet City, Illinois, U.S.

What Is Tink’s Height?

Tink is 5’ 5” tall.

PS: This may not be the net worth of Tink. The data given here has been collected from various sources and may vary with time.

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