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Flipp Dinero – “How I Move” ft. Lil Baby

The Two Radio Favorites Stunt in NYC in the Video for the Love For Guala Breakout Hit (50 Million+ Total Streams)

Drawing attention in the Five Boroughs and beyond for his raspy melodies and fresh flow, Flipp Dinero is one of Brooklyn’s brightest stars. Returning to the scene with a new video for his latest hit single, Flipp shares “How I Move.“ Produced by Kyle Stemberger & Pluto Beats, “How I Move” is a snaking, flute-laden trap track, as Flipp and guest rapper Lil Baby prove why they set trends with their money-making ways: “Beam and a Jag’, got the Benz’ on the lot/Went and copped me a crib just to park up the drop,” rhymes Flipp. In the video, directed by Kid Art, Flipp and Baby realize that rival rappers aren’t the only people watching their moves–the feds are too. The slickly-shot video finds Flipp and Baby carefully removing any trace of their whereabouts before a SWAT team storms their safe house. As the team searches their house, Flipp and Baby deliver their verses from a building ledge, before heading to a new location for their next blow-out.


The latest single from Flipp’s November 2019 Love For Guala album, “How I Move” has enjoyed breakout success on streaming platforms. Averaging more than 500k streams per day, the single recently eclipsed 50 million streams across platforms. With prominent placement on Spotify’s Rap Caviar playlist and Apple Music’s Rap Life, the single will only continue to grow in the coming weeks. “How I Move” follows the video for “Looking At Me,” featuring Rich The Kid, which premiered last month.


Packed with entrancing melodies and tough-talking bars, Love For Guala paints a vivid picture of life from Flipp’s point-of-view, in which each moment is a new opportunity to earn a dollar. The project illustrates Flipp’s progression from the son of Haitian immigrants in one of NYC’s roughest neighborhoods to his current status as a luxury-living ladies man. Love For Guala plays host to “Leave Me Alone,” the insidiously catchy kiss-off that cemented Flipp’s status as a genuine hitmaker, a pair of Tay Keith-produced standouts in “Not Too Many” and “If I Tell You,” and the breezy “Westside,” which inspired a stylish music video (4.2 million views). With additional features from Kodak Black and Jay Critch, and with production from the likes of DJ Khaled, Tay Keith, Frank Dukes, Ben Billions, and more, Love For Guala is available everywhere via Cinematic Music Group/We The Best/Epic Records.