Gallery > Photoshoots > 2014 > [MQ] Wonderland Magazine by Ryan E Young (+5 MQ photos)
Yes, there is life after the girl bands. Last survivor of The Stunners, R&B pop group established in 2007, Tinashe Kachingwe Jorgenson is a reinvented singer-songwriter with promising mixtapes. She balances the combination of music and lots of skill.
See how Tinashe is featured as a rising phoenix in MODZIK Magazine below!
Gallery > Photoshoots > 2014 > [UHQ] Modzik Magazine by Jerome Lobato (+5 UHQ photos)
For their music issue, V magazine is highlighting some of the latest and greatest of the industry right now, including the moody musician. Tinashe, along with the likes of SZA and Lorde, are dishing out some style advice.
Tinashe is featured in a gone-with-the-wind fabulous moment while wearing a Marc Jacobs dress. 1 HQ untagged image has been added to the gallery.
Tinashephotos.com > Gallery > Photoshoots > 2014 > [HQ] V Magazine Rise Above Edition by Chad Pitman
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She’s got Nicki’s swagger, a voice like Cassie and moves to rival Beyoncé. Meet Tinashe, the R&B triple threat who’s got Drake smiling
3HQ pictures of Tinashe for ASOS Magazine have been added to the gallery!
Tinashephotos.com > Gallery > Photoshoots > 2014 > [HQ] ASOS Magazine by Mads Teglers
Thursday night in London’s XOYO, a venue famed for booking stars on the rise [Disclosure, Frank Ocean, Solange], and fans are packing around the stage. Behind the scenes, 21-year-old Tinashe Kachingwe, flanked by a pair of male dancers, is getting ready for one of her first UK shows.
Three years ago, it was a different story when L.A.-raised Tinashe fronted teen pop five-piece, The Stunners. They had songs called Bubblegum and Spin The Bottle and toured stadiums, opening for Justin Bieber. Tinashe outgrew the X-Factor-esque girl group and never looked back.
In baggy tracksuit bottoms and a white crop top, the singer we meet today embodies the 90s icons she adored as a child, but with evocative lyrics and slickly produced songs, she’s firmly in the future. No wonder she’s had remixes and collaborations with Drake and A$AP Rocky.
In the aftermath of her sell-out show, we met up with R&B’s new superstar…
Jennifer Lopez’s comeback single “I Luh Ya Papi” was apparently written by Tinashe.
“It wasn’t ‘Papi’ at first, it was ‘I Luh You Nigga,’ like, ‘I luh ya luh ya luh ya nigga.’ They switched the swag up a little bit! It was intended for Aquarius and everything. Then Detail was in a session with J. Lo and he played her the track, because you know these producers sometimes, they’re like ‘Yo, lemme play you my hot shit!’ I guess she obviously really liked it, and she cut her version. One day Detail calls me and is like ‘B-T-dubs, J. Lo is singing that song.’ I didn’t believe it at first, I thought he was just not trying to give it to me for some reason. I was like ‘J. Lo does not want that song, she’s not gonna sing that.’ And then it came out. I guess she wanted it.”