The pop-sultry R&B singer parts ways with RCA this week. Stated by her manager, Mike Nazzaro, this split will now grant Tinashe more freedom artistically as she regains her “creative control.” Since her 2018 project release Joyride, hype around the album was lackluster. Although the album didn’t make a big stink on the charts, the album was a remarkable project that catered to her pocket of music. Embodying a wide range of musical fashions, Joyride was an amazing project that needed more public appreciation, but we’ll digress. We hope the newfound freedom will serve Tinashe well and will birth the creation of musical content she feels inspired to make. What do you think Tinashe will do next?