Flipp Dinero Is Back With Two New Songs

“If I Tell You” and “Not Too Many” showcases the Brooklyn native’s versatility.

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Coming off last year’s huge hit “Leave Me Alone,” Flipp Dinero is back with two new records,”If I Tell You,” and “Not Too Many,” which are both produced by Tay Keith. “If I Tell You” finds Dinero leaning towards his pop side while “Not Too Many” is a street banger that was made to be played at high levels. Stream the new songs below.

Most recently, Flipp Dinero was recently featured on T-Pain’s recent 1UP album that dropped in Febuaury.

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