New Music From Lil Haiti Ft Flipp Dinero “Where The Cap At”

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Brooklyn emcees Lil Haiti and Flipp Dinero deliver the feel good, melodic collaboration “Where The Cap At” out on Friday, March. 12 on Que Global Entertainment / BMG.

On the addictive, electric guitar-driven song that appears on Lil Haiti’s forthcoming EP Big Zoe, Lil Haiti and the “How I Move” rapper Flipp Dinero flex about their cash flows. Haiti raps, “Where the cap at? If you talking money drop your Cash app.” Haiti vacillates between his steady, calm flow during the verses and his high-energy, sung chorus. Flipp balances the track with his raspy, slick, rapid delivery. This track is the perfect setup for the Spring.

Lil Haiti explains the song produced by Diny Made That. “When you listen to this song it makes you feel like a boss. Like you can talk the talk and walk the walk. It’s big vibe. You’re on top of the world,” he says. He adds that Flipp was the perfect collab. “Working with Flipp was amazing,” he says. “He followed my melody which makes this an even bigger record. Plus, we got 2 big Zoe’s on it.”

“Where The Cap At” follows Lil Haiti’s other Big Zoe releases “Poland Spring” and “Panicking.” Lil Haiti’s “Panicking” video has received nearly 400,000 plays on YouTube and the audio has been streamed more than 10 million times across streaming services. He has been featured in/on BET, REVOLT, The Fader, Hip Hop Weekly, HipHopDX, BK Reader, 247HH, as well as playlists on Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, and Shazam.

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