Guapdad4000 sounds like a 14 year-old’s snapchat name who snaps pictures of himself holding $7 in one dollar bills claiming to be rich. That is, in fact, not the case. Guapdad4000, in fact, actually has real money because he’s actually really good at making music. Also known as Scamgod4000, Guapdad is also very good at scamming people, as his song “Scammin’” would suggest. In addition to a lifetime of scamming, Guapdad reportedly scammed Drake into being his friend and also recently scammed G-Eazy into shooting a music video with him even though they never agreed to do a music video for their song “First Things First.”
Earlier in the year, Guapdad 4000 also finessed his way onto the legendary Dreamville album Revenge of the Dreamers III. As he told HipHopDX, he went out to eat late one night with his new friend Drake, and as it turned out, J. Cole himself was at the same eatery they went to. Guapdad struck up a conversation with Cole, only to learn Cole was a fan of his and the two exchanged phone numbers. A couple days later, Dreamville reached out to Guapdad’s team and inviting him to the very exclusive 10-day recording session for Revenge of the Dreamers III. Guapdad landed himself on three songs on the Dreamers album, one of which was picked to be a single for the album.
Guapdad 4000’s new album Dior Deposits, has 15 features in 13 tracks. The features on the album consist of Slimmy B, Torey Lanez, G-Eazy, Reo Cragun, Chance the Rapper, Charlie Wilson, E-40, Nef the Pharoah, Mozzy, Key!, Maxo Kream, Denzel Curry, Buddy, 6lack, and Mansa.
For merch and tour dates, go to Guapdad4000.com.
His peers seem to agree:
PS. Make sure you go back and listen to Buddy’s verse on “Rolex Rockstar.”