Living by the mantra, “The only limitations we have are the ones we set ourselves”, Mindflip knows a thing or two about adversity. Born with Tourette’s Syndrome, he went from having a fear of being limited by his condition to using it to power his dreams. First releasing music professionally in 2018, Mindflip has quietly been making a name for himself amassing more than 32 million streams over the last 3.5 years. The Gatineau, QC artist, first rose to prominence with his debut single, “Everywhere We Go” and has shown no signs of slowing down.
In 2021, he rose to the top of popular Spotify playlist Hot Hits Canada with the track “Run My Sh*t” which was recently certified Gold. He also managed to reach the Top 10 on Billboard’s Spotify Viral 50 charts with the track. Many of Mindflip’s releases have garnered significant editorial support from Apple Music, Spotify & Amazon Music being featured on playlists such as Pop All Day, Hip-Hop Central, La Hit Liste, Northern Bars, Made in Quebec & Rotation North to name a few. Ranked among the Top 4% of artists in Canada (Source: Chartmetric), Mindflip has received praise from both national and international press outlets including Journal Du Hip-Hop, SHIFTER Magazine, This is 50, The Source, Cali Post, The Hype Magazine & Adramatic Hip-Hop.
Having carved out a lane for himself with his modern take on 90’s/2000’s style Hip-Hop, Mindflip is ready to continue evolving as an artist with his debut project. Working with multi-platinum producer Soké of Banx & Ranx (Sean Paul, Dua Lipa, Diplo) Mindflip is introducing a new sound that will add more groovy drums and melodic elements to his tracks while maintaining his smooth but intricate flows. This new sound can be heard in his recent single, “Exquisite” which recently cracked the Top 40 on both Hot AC (#32) & CHR/Top 40 (#36) Canadian radio formats. Exquisite will be featured on his forthcoming debut EP, “Duality: The Life of a Gemini” due in 2023.
Having been named YouTube Music’s Artist on the Rise this Summer, Mindflip continues to prove that he has what it takes to become one of Quebec and Canada’s next Hip-Hop exports.