Singles: Flipp Dinero – “Not Too Many” & “If I Tell You” (Prod. by Tay Keith)

The Brooklyn-Born “Leave Me Alone” Hitmaker and the Memphis Producer Behind “Sicko Mode” Prepare For Summer with Two New Jams


Critical Praise for Flipp Dinero:

“Since the March release of “Leave Me Alone,” he was cited by Drake as an influence for Scorpion, Fat Joe gave him a ‘super thumbs up,’ and Tory Lanez added him as an opener on his Memories Don’t Die Tour.”Billboard

The Songs:

With an appealingly raspy voice and a fierce NYC attitude, Brooklyn’s Flipp Dinero is blowing up. Treating his fans to a double dose of high-quality heat, Flipp shares two new singles: “‘Not Too Many” and If I Tell You. A hard-as-nails trap track that shows off Flipp’s slick lyricism, “Not Too Many” is a hazy banger produced by Tay Keith, the man behind “Look Alive” and “Sicko Mode.” Dominated by cloudy synths and rubbery bass, “Not Too Many” finds Flipp adopting a triplet flow and bragging about his insatiable thirst for success–a quality that sets him apart from his imitators. Flexing his melodic muscles on his second single of the day, Flipp’s “If I Tell You” is a sweet and confident love song. The song is buoyed by an iridescent instrumental by Tay Keith and G Koop, who lend swinging trap drums and 8-bit horns to the summer-ready track. “If I Tell You” and “Not Too Many” follow December’s insidiously catchy “Feelin Like,” which has more than 7 million plays on Spotify, and sustained the momentum from Flipp’s Platinum-selling hit “Leave Me Alone.”

Born and raised in Canarsie in Brooklyn by parents of Haitian descent, Flipp Dinero bubbled up in the NYC rap scene in 2016, catching ears with his unique combo of mean-mugging rhymes and infectious melody. Signed to Cinematic Music Group, the young rapper found a worldwide audience when he released “Leave Me Alone” in March 2018. A teasingly catchy single with a playground chant chorus, an earwormy, flute-filled instrumental, and an achingly relatable central conceit, “Leave Me Alone” started its rapid ascent when it caught the ear of then-New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who shared a clip of himself dancing to the track. Since then, “Leave Me Alone” has grown into one of the biggest hits in America–generating over 250 million streams on Spotify and 107 million views on YouTube. The song peaked in the top five of the Hip-Hop/R&B airplay charts and reached the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100. Flipp performed the track on national television at the BET Hip-Hop Awards and on a January episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Stay tuned for a new project from Flipp, the follow-up to 2017’s successful The Guala Way EP, coming later in 2019.

Listen to “If I Tell You” (Prod. by Tay Keith & G Koop):

Listen to “‘Not Too Many” (Prod. by Tay Keith):

Please contact Michelle if interested in talking with Flipp Dinero.

Flipp Dinero Background:

Flipp Dinero is a 22 year old artist from Canarsie, BK who debuted in early 2017 with his first hit single, “I Do” premiered by Complex. Toward the closing of the year, Flipp dropped a remix featuring G Herbo to “Time Goes Down”, one of the standout records from his summer 2017 debut project entitled The Guala Way. The remix video premiered by WorldStarHipHop and has been widely well received, garnering 2 million+ views with continued support from Apple Music’s Ebro Darden and key Spotify playlists. To date, Flipp has captured the attention of Billboard, XXL, Hip Hop DX, Hot New Hip Hop, Elevator, and Mass Appeal to name a few. His  release, “Leave Me Alone”, which dropped in March 2018, became a national smash. Since its release Flipp has been co-signed by Odell Beckham Jr., which helped the song surpass the 1 million streaming count milestone on SoundCloud, Apple Music, and Spotify. Odell’s viral Instagram clip and dance to the song received coverage from ESPN, Bleacher Report, TMZ Sports, Yahoo Sports, and more. The song peaked at #20 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent multiple weeks in the top 5 of the Hip-Hop/R&B Airplay charts.


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“If I Tell You” (Prod. by Tay Keith & G Koop):

“Not Too Many” (Prod. by Tay Keith):

“Feelin Like”:

“Leave Me Alone”:

The Guala Way EP: