The Canarsie Native Shares an Eye-Catching Clip from Love For Guala, His November 2019 Project
Effortlessly emanating star-quality charisma, Flipp Dinero is quickly ascending NYC’s A-list. Pulling back the curtain on the video-making process, Flipp shares “Looking At Me,” his meta new video. Deriving its power from Flipp’s gravelly and infectious hook, “Looking At Me” touts the Canarsie native’s luck with the ladies, detailing a successful seduction during a night at the club: “I could tell she really want it ’cause she caught up with a G/I ain’t fakin’, money-makin’, yeah, satisfy her need/I ain’t fakin’, money-lover, yeah, she do this how she please.” In the video, Flipp Dinero and guest rapper Rich The Kid count their cash in the VIP section, posing with models in front of a fish-eye lens. “Looking At Me” is the latest video from Love For Guala, Flipp’s November 2019 project, following November’s “Westside,” which has over 4 million views on YouTube.
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 a pair of Tay Keith-produced standouts in “Not Too Many” and “If I Tell You,” and the buzzing single “How I Move,” the woozy Lil Baby-featuring banger, which has more than 40 million worldwide streams across platforms since its November release. 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.