7 Things You Should Know About Argentine Pop Star TINI

Ivan Resnik
TINI

Tini, the Argentine actress and singer-songwriter, has been in the entertainment biz for over 10 years now. Though she began her successful career as an actress, Tini really found her passion for music about three years ago. 

Since then, she's collaborated with artists such as Karol G, Nacho, Morat, Sebastian Yatra, Alvaro Soler, Greeicy and many more, putting her name on the international radar. 

“I decided to kick off my musical career when I was 19 years old,” she tells Billboard. “Every day I grow more and more and learning from my colleagues. I really found myself in music and it leads me to the road where I wanted to go.” 

Tini attended her first-ever Latin American Music Awards in 2018 and recently took the stage as a performer at the 2019 Premios Juventud. 

In honor of her fast-growing career, check out more things you should know about Tini below. 

Real name & birthdate: Tini’s real name is Martina Alejandra Stoessel Muzlera. She was born on March 21, 1997, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her father is Alejandro Stoessel, a television producer and director. 

First debut acting role: Tini rose to success after portraying the lead role of Violetta Castillo in the Disney Channel Latin America original telenovela, Violetta. 

Her studio albums: In 2016, she dropped her self-titled debut album and in 2018, she released her sophomore studio album titled Quiero Volver. 

Love life: On June 10, Tini and Sebastian Yatra confirmed via Instagram that they were dating. The couple has also collaborated on songs “Quiero Volver” and “Cristina.” 

Third album is on the way: Her third studio album is in the works, which includes her first single “22,” an urban-cumbia bop in collaboration with Greeicy. 

Trilingual: Aside from being a talented Latina, Tini is fluent in three languages -- Spanish, Italian, and English. In fact, in “Sad Song,” her collaboration with Alesso, Tini sings completely in English.

New music: Tini is currently making the rounds with her new single, “Sueltate el Pelo.”

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