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"Game Over (Flip)" is the lead single released from Lil' Flip's second album U Gotta Feel Me.

"Game Over (Flip)"
Game Over Flip.jpg
Single by Lil' Flip
from the album U Gotta Feel Me
ReleasedFebruary 13, 2004
RecordedAugust 2003
GenreHardcore hip hop, southern hip hop
LabelSucka Free, Sony Urban, Columbia
Producer(s)Nick "FURY" Loftin
Lil' Flip singles chronology
"The Way We Ball"
"Game Over (Flip)"

The song became Flip's first top 40 hit, peaking at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, while also reaching the top 10 on both the R&B and rap singles charts.[1] The official remix featured fellow rappers Young Buck and Bun B.


In 2004, Namco filed a lawsuit against Lil' Flip, Sony BMG, and several others for willful copyright infringement. The lawsuit, by Namco, filed in New York Federal Court, stemmed from "Game Over (Flip)" noticeably sampling various sounds from the classic Namco arcade games Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man.

It followed on the heels of a separate copyright infringement lawsuit against the same group of defendants involving Lil' Flip's previous album, Undaground Legend, which ended in a $150,000 judgement awarded to the plaintiffs.[2]

Namco's lawsuit, however, was settled amicably before reaching trial, for an undisclosed sum, along with the parties releasing a joint statement which read, “Namco and Sony BMG are pleased to have resolved this matter and we look forward to continuing our business relationship in the spirit of our mutual respect for intellectual property.”[3]


Weekly chartsEdit

Chart (2004) Peak
Billboard Hot 100 15
Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks 8
Billboard Hot Rap Singles 4
Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 9
Billboard Top 40 Tracks 31

Year-end chartsEdit

Chart (2004) Position
Billboard Hot 100[4] 65
Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks[5] 34
Billboard Hot Rap Singles[6] 20


  1. ^ Game Over (Flip) song information
  2. ^ "Lil' Flip, Sony BMG Music found guilty of copyright infringement" – All HipHop news
  3. ^ “Namco, Sony BMG settle Pac-Man lawsuitGameSpot
  4. ^ "Billboard Year-End Hot 100 - 2004". Retrieved 2012-03-30.
  5. ^ "Billboard Year-End Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks - 2004". Retrieved 2012-03-30.
  6. ^ "Billboard Year-End Hot Rap Singles - 2004". Retrieved 2012-03-30.

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