The Dazed 100

Redefining style and youth culture in 2015 and beyond

Dazed 100

Voted for by Dazed's network of contributors, the Dazed 100 is your guide to the creatives redefining the future of style and youth culture. Expand the profiles to learn more about each person and to discover a wealth of exclusives. You can also make your voice heard by clicking the "Upvote" button to decide the ranking of the Readers' 100. You never know, you may pick a future cover star...

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“This young lady is about to change culture,” declared Timbaland of Tink, hip hop’s most versatile new voice. The Chicago-born artist blended witty, hard bars with soulful vocals on her four great mixtapes, before swerving left recently with seismic Future Brown and Kelela collabs. With Jay Z and André 3000 turning in verses for her forthcoming major label debut, exec-produced by Timbo, no other rapper is navigating the dance underground and hip hop power lists with such ease.

Tink’s defining tracks

Teaming with Kelela on the shimmering “Want It”

“Treat Me Like Somebody” mixes soft with strident

Smoking up her feelings on “When I’m Lit”

The bold bars – and patterns – of “Fingers Up”

Twitter: @Official_Tink | Instagram: @official__tink

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