Today Lil Flip turns a freestyle and battle rapper before earning a record deal with Suckafree Records in 1999. Lil’ Flip is best known for his singles “The Way We Ball”, “Game Over” and “Sunshine”.
U Gotta Feel Me, is his most successful album to date. Lil’ Flip’s label Columbia restructured and Flip ended up at Sony Urban Music, which he believed could promote his work better. The first single from the album was “Game Over (Flip)”.
In addition to his Clover G label he created, he’s also appeared on many records collaborating with heavy hitters. He made an appearance on the “Naughty Girl (Remix)” with Beyoncé in 2004. He was also featured on Chingy’s Powerballin’ on the remix the successful hit single “Balla Baby”. In 2004, he also made a remix to his hit single “Game Over (Flip)” which featured Young Buck and Bun B followed by a guest appearance on Nelly’s successful 2004 album “Sweat”. Flip also found himself with Jim Jones and The Game on the “Certified Gangstas (Remix)”. Lil’ Flip & Z-Ro made a collaboration album titled Kings of the South. Also in 2005 Lil’ Flip was featured in Chamillionaire’s first single “Turn It Up”. He was also featured in the remix of Bun B’s single “Draped Up.
Happy Birthday, Lil Flip!