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Brooklyn’s triple-platinum star Flipp Dinero shares ‘Ain’t My Dog’: Watch the visual

It is the Haitian-American multi-talented artist’s follow-up to his project—Table for One—released on his twenty-sixth birthday, November 16, 2021.

Photo: Spotify
Photo: Spotify

Flipp Dinero, one of Brooklyn’s breakout stars ahead of the lush local Drill scene with his vastly successful record ‘Leave Me Alone’ in 2018, has released the official music video for his track ‘Aint My Dog’. Over the simple beat, the triple platinum artist sings about growing apart from friends of his past, the switch up, lack of trust, and how he swims through the drama like the world’s greatest swimmer Michael Phelps to survive. Check out the visual to see the ice on his wrist and neck, his unique jean suit aptly made for a star, and to hear his unique voice.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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