Flipsyde became famous, oddly enough, thanks not so much to music as to sports. Their composition "Someday" was selected by NBC to accompany the broadcast from the Olympic Games in Turin, Italy. Not surprisingly, when the question of choosing the official song of the Beijing Olympic Games came up, the choice fell on Flipsyde again. Their next "sports hit" was the song "Champion". Rapper Gino Ferreira also writes screenplays for films (his screenplay "Walter's Boys") won the Tribeca prize for best screenplay. Unfortunately, the band is a little less active today than it used to be - it's all about breaking up with Interscope. However, the group does not announce the breakup, although it temporarily does not tour, and all of its members are successfully pursuing solo careers to varying degrees.