Chrishell Stause is dating G Flip: 7 things to know about the musician

4) They play many instruments.

According to rolling stone, G Flip can play guitar, piano, use recording software and sing. However, their favorite instrument is the drums.

“I feel more comfortable behind the drums than anywhere else on stage,” they told Fader in 2019. “I sing better when I’m playing drums. When I’m recording or writing music music, I use the tools around me, and I f- -king love drums. I’m obsessed with drums. It would never be like, ‘Should we put drums on this?’ I want to put drums on everything.”

5) They released their debut album in 2019.

After playing in bands including EMPRA, G Flip decided to go solo. In 2018 they released their single “About You” and in 2019 they released their first solo album of the same name. According to Billboard, the album peaked at no. 6 on the Australian Albums Chart. He also earned G Flip nominations in the Breakthrough Artist and Best Independent Release categories at the Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (essentially, the Australian version of the Grammys).

6) They have collaborated with a number of artists.

Since then, they have released songs including “Drink Too Much”, “I Am Not Afraid”, and “Stupid”. G Flip has also teamed up with a number of other musicians for their hits, including “Queen” featuring mxmtoon“Not Even in Vegas” with Thomas Headon“Scream” featuring Upsahl and “Gay 4 Me” with lauren Sanderson.

7) They hope their music will help others.

“I struggled with my sexual and gender identity for years because there was no one I felt could identify with me,” G Flip said on the release of “Gay 4 Me” , by NME. “I wish I had a non-binary, gay, vocal drummer to watch; it would have quieted the dark, confused voices in my head that were telling me I didn’t belong anywhere as an authentic me. If I’m able to silence these voices for someone else, my work on this planet is done.”


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