Joey Badass’ latest co-sign releases a new single. The 21-year-old Brooklyn rapper, Flipp Dinero, shares a new beat following the release of his debut EP The Guala Way.
The track titled “A Man” hears Flipp delivering some laidback bars right at the beginning, where he raps about making it through the struggle. His delivery speeds up at the 1:50 mark for a short, much-appreciated verse before he goes back to the mellow sounds of the chorus.
Earlier this year Flipp released “I Do” and “Running Up Bands” that reached the ears of Joey Badass. The love shown from Joey lead Flipp to be the first co-sign outside of the Pro Era collective. Flipp eventually met with Cinematic Music Group’s Jonny Shipes, where he signed a record deal.
“The way Jonny and I came about the meeting was unique,” Flipp previously told XXL. “It was through mutual people like Joey and Dee that rode with the music. Shipes fucked with me on some brother shit and it just grew from there. The homies showed love when they ain’t have too… That’s why I love every one of them like brothers”.
As for his goal in the music industry, Flipp told the publication he wants to get to the level of helping other upcoming artists like himself.
“[My goal is] to be able to say five, 10 years from now that I accomplished something. To be able to build a foundation for other artists to present their crafts as well. I want to still be considered a high roll model in this music business,” he said. “I’ll never let the looks get to my head. It’s all about the craft and getting the people something to fuck with it. It’s more to it than just being the hottest; it’s about helping people.”