Jacquees And Tink’s “Outta Line” Is As Tempting As A Trail Of Rose Petals

Two R&B lovers collide for a new single.

October 06, 2016


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On their new collaborative single "Outta Line," premiering today on The FADER, Jacquees and Tink make transgression sound really, really sexy. Jacquees, the Cash Money crooner who released his Lost At Sea project with Birdman early in the summer, deftly harnesses the audible chemistry he has with his partner on the track. Tink wants to take things slow — she has a good man, after all — so Jacquees presents all the reasons they should cross that line together. Even the pitched up coos on the track's beat seem caught up in the tension this late night, punch drunk banger exudes.


"The song happened after a long time of trying to connect with one another," Jacquees told The FADER in an email. "I had a show in Chicago and flew in a day early and Tink happened to have a session so we just linked up that night to record 'Outta Line.'"

"Me and Jacquees had both wanted to go in on a song after we met at a show," wrote Tink. "We both love real true R&B so this song was our first record. Nobody wrote anything, we just went in the booth, talked and vibed off each other and a story came."

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