Tina is a first-generation American born to Polish immigrants in Somerville, NJ. She is fluent in Polish and did not speak English until Kindergarten. At the age of 14, Tina had already developed musical and business instincts beyond her years. Pretending to be her mother, she would cold-call entertainment lawyers in NYC with the intent to land a publishing deal.
Tina attended the prestigious New York University, enrolling in both the Clive Davis Department at Tisch School of the Arts, and Liberal Arts School programs. While at school, those same instincts and ambitions helped her to build valuable relationships in the music industry, leading to both a record deal with Universal Motown, and successful pop single “Who’s Got Your Money?”. The single, co-written and co-produced by Parol, charted to #34 on the Pop Airplay charts and allowed Tina the opportunity to tour around the country opening for acts like Flo Rida and Boys Like Girls.
Tina’s unrelenting passion for songwriting ultimately lead her to Nashville, TN, where she is a thriving member of the songwriting community, writing with the industry’s best and brightest. Her experiences as a recording artist have shaped her into a very versatile writer with multi-genre sensibilities. Her songs have been recorded by Britney Spears, Sabrina Carpenter, Jamie Lynn Spears, Krewella, Jerrod Niemann, Dallas Smith, Kevin Rudolf, Haley Georgia, Jessie James Decker, and many others. Her songs have also appeared on shows for Fox, Lifetime, MTV, NBC, CBS, as well as two songs on ABC’s “Nashville” and Touchstone Picture’s “When In Rome”.