Lil' Flip
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Birth name

Wesley Eric Weston, Jr.


3 March 1981 (age 35)


Cloverland, Houston, Texas, United States


Hip hop



Years active



Clover G, SoSouth, Sucka Free, Loud, Columbia, Sony Urban, Asylum, Warner Bros., Hi-Power, E1

Associated acts

Chamillionaire, David Banner, Mike Jones, K-Rino, Lil Scrappy, Ludacris, Mr. Capone-E, Pimp C, Young Buck, Z-Ro

Wesley Eric Weston, Jr. (born 3 March 1981), better known by his stage name Lil' Flip, is an American rapper from Houston, Texas. He is best known for his singles "I Can Do That" from his 2000 debut album The Leprechaun, "The Way We Ball" from his second album Undaground Legend, "Sunshine" and "Game Over (Flip)" from his third album U Gotta Feel Me, and "Rollin on 20's" from the soundtrack of 2 Fast 2 Furious

In 1999, Flip signed to the independent label Suckafree Records and released his debut album, The Leprechaun, the following year. The album caught the attention of Houston legend DJ Screw, who added Flip to his loose-knit collective called the Screwed Up Click. In 2002, Columbia Records offered Flip a contract and Suckafree a distribution deal. His first album on the label, 2002's Undaground Legend, was certified platinum. Flip's next album, U Gotta Feel Me, was his first double-disc and is his most successful album to date. Flip left Columbia in 2007 and signed with Asylum Records. Lil Flip released his fourth studio and second double-disc album, I Need Mine $$ in 2007. In 2009, Flip released his fifth album, Respect Me, followed by Ahead of My Time the following year. His latest album, El Jefe, was released in 2015. 

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