by Selena Reyes
Editor In Chief
Flip Major is back after a long hiatus with a brand new 10 track album suitably titled "Hardly Ever Sober." With intuitive flows and well-structured lyricism Flip displays the hit-making ability he built and expanded during his a bsence in the last couple of years. The album is an all-around treat with guest appearances from Compton royalty A.D. and Azjah, as well as Hi-Tone, K.Y., Trizz, Rucci, Audio King, Steelz, BeatBoy, Dnyc3, Contraband, Nabeyin, and YeloHill.
The working title was captured from lyrics to the track "RAIN MAN". Living in Hollywood, Flip at full tilt found himself in the mix of absolute revelry, never really home, and Hardly Ever Sober.
Hungrier than ever Flip premiered the first visual off the forthcoming album "How I Live" late summer 2020. He swiftly followed up the release and allowed us a taste of his unrestrained lifestyle in the proceeding video for his track "Bounce" ft. A.D., a bodacious, and brilliantly directed visual.
The most recent drop off the album "Lotta That" ft Rucci and YeloHill displays the abundance of unity, women, entertainment, and imposter behavior in his day to day.
The artist has remained consistent in elevating his craft. Making every movement count, Flip dedicatedly refined the body of work he now calls "HARDLY EVER SOBER" assuring his visuals remain a worthy watch.
“I never stopped creating so I basically spent all of 2018 and the first 10 months of 2019 just making music but not releasing anything. I finally started shooting videos to Hardly Ever Sober at the beginning of the year and just wanted to perfect it and make sure my team and I had the correct resources to give this the proper push that it deserved."
Despite the delay, the album is a major step in the direction of independent success for Flip. Preserving his ongoing momentum, today Flip premiered a fourth video "All Night" Ft. K.Y. produced by Beat Boy and directed by Fur.
Stream "Hardly Ever Sober" below.