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I started at a very young age with baby modelling, but really early on I developed a true love for performance.I have always wanted to be a singer but I wanted to wait until I was old enough to pursue that avenue.My name – pronounced Tee-nah-shay – means ‘God is with us’ and my brothers also have Zimbabwean names.I love the culture and just listening to stories of my family back in Zimbabwe, so it’s a part of my heritage I am very proud of. As artists, we don’t really like to have people put us up against each other.It was released on October 3, 2014, by RCA Records.In 2011, after the disbandment of the girl group The Stunners, Tinashe announced that she would begin pursuing a solo career.
My father was born in Zimbabwe and so the influence and the culture has been a strong part of my – and my two younger brothers’ – upbringing.
Are you angered by Western media’s tendency to highlight more negative than positive stories about Zimbabwe, or do you not let it bother you? But that said, I think the comparisons have been really great.
I like her music and respect her business acumen so it’s amazing to be put in a category with an artiste whose artistry I can appreciate – but it’s not a distraction. I have worked really hard to get to where I stand right now. I act and dance but right now, I am so focused on my music career and have been since I was 15. I am a singer and a songwriter and my music is a reflection of me.
It’s a fun, creative process and I am enjoying every moment of this journey. I want to perform at festivals and to work with more people. Finally, do you still possess your taekwondo skills and could you defend yourself if you had to? The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards takes place at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London SW7 on April 20.
Aquarius is the debut studio album by American singer and songwriter Tinashe.
I draw upon all areas of my life and bring that into my work.