Bringing It Back Home: Flipp Dinero Says He Wants To Work With More Haitian Artists

HipHop News Posted on November 30, 2020 at 11:04pm

Bringing It Back Home: Flipp Dinero Says He Wants To Work With More Haitian Artists

The Brooklyn rapper was born to Haitian immigrants in the Canarsie area.

Being the son of Haitian immigrants instilled many values and morals in Flipp Dinero that he carries with him to this day. Hard work, dedication and determination are just some of those values, and they played a significant role in his success in the Hip Hop industry.

During his conversation with HipHopDX, Dinero explained how essential his Haitian roots are to himself and his career. Growing up in a strict Haitian household really tested the Brooklyn rapper. Instead of hanging outside with other kids, Flipp had to focus on his studies and put in countless hours on chores around the house. Eventually, the allure of the streets took over, but Dinero never lost what made him who he is..centered-ad {

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“That shit is crazy, bro,” Dinero said when asked how what his upbringing was like in the Canarsie neighborhood of Brooklyn. “I never had free will as a kid. What’s that? It was always you’re going to do what I say you’re going to do. You know how it goes.”

Dinero’s parents wanted him to focus on himself as opposed to getting caught up in the violent streets of Brooklyn. He was enrolled in school and was on pace to land a job in the medical field, but music became his calling. He’s doing pretty good for himself, too. He already has


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