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Guapdad 4000 and Denzel Curry connect on “Lil Scammer That Could”

The hard-hitting clip comes with a fun, trippy visual to match.

Guapdad 4000
Guapdad 4000
Paul Middleton

It looks like Guapdad 4000 might have the perfect turn-up hit for the summer. This weekend, he delivers a new track titled “Lil Scammer That Could,” which features Denzel Curry and sees the collaborators bringing the aggression over booming production from James Delgado:

“B***h, my money longer than the DMV, line, line, Cartier my eyes, got my VV, VV sublime-blime-blime/

Money talk, so you not speakin’ bands, take over the world, ‘cause I think I can, I think I can/

I know I can, I go again, these n***as is annoying, I’m flexin’, I flexed on them, rub it in like ointment/

They throwin’ bands at my b***h, my ego is enormous, gigantic, I see your antic, you ain’t informant.../”

The accompanying video comes courtesy of Chris Simmons and sees a variety of wacky occurrences taking place, beginning with Guapdad being wrapped up by a bunch of water hoses. We then see the Cali star doing some gardening before riding down the street in a giant trolley with his Floridian counterpart — with Guapdad’s head attached to it, Thomas the Train-style. Viewers will catch many other trippy moments, adding to the energetic feel of the single overall.

“Lil Scammer That Could” follows another recent drop titled “Bali,” which features assistance from Rich Brian, along with his own assists provided for Dreamville’s Revenge of the Dreamers III releases. Last year also saw Guapdad’s debut studio LP Dior Deposits, which saw 14 new tracks and features from Tory Lanez, G-Eazy, Chance The Rapper, E-40, Mozzy, Buddy, 6LACK, and more.

Fans can press play on “Lil Scammer That Could” below. In related news, Guapdad 4000 premiered “The Valentino Vlog” series on REVOLT, which gives his fans an everyday look at his life, from recording music to performing alongside his peers, and much more. You can check out those episode and recaps here.

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