Flippter, who was born Loay Karim, is perhaps the finest example of a politically engaged and conscious rap musician in Sudan. A rapper who is empowering Sudanese youth.
His debut single, “Gorasa,” was a satirical look at Saudi misconceptions about Sudanese people. Flippter is one of several Sudanese rappers who have made it a point to use their rhymes to express their strong feelings about the exiled regime in the wake of the Sudanese revolution.
Both Saudi and Sudanese audiences have always found his comedic performances to be captivating and well-liked. Flippter can spout some humorous rhymes while still dazzling audiences across the globe with his poignant yet humorous lyrics, like in “Salimmik,” but he also knows how to make a strong point, as in “Hated.”