With Guapdad 4000, if there’s one thing for sure, he’s never going to deliver just some regular music video. The Oakland rapper will assure fans will be entertained every time. for his brand new “How Many” video, the visual opens up with a scene of Guapdad encased in an enormous bottle of Belaire. He then proceeds to slide over some !llmind production, where we can hear an expertly flipped sampled of Alice DJ’s “Better Off Alone”:
Backed off facts, next raise in the safe, drivin’ hella slow, you don’t race no Wraith/ Diamonds like a king, to my whip I’m a slave, diamonds on my queen, to this dick she a slave/ Let’s count it up, see what we made. How many times did you call me? I told you I’m droppin’ it off/ How many times I said fuck you? We hungry, I’m breakin’ the law/ How many drugs did you do ‘fore you realized you numbin’ your flaws?How many bottles you bought ‘fore you realized you lost in the saucе?
Recently, Guapdad repped his city in the best way he knew how on “Oaklandish” alongside Rayven Justice and the Bay Area legend Too $hort. He also dropped off his street racer “Alpha” music video and swiftly followed up with a hilarious video for its official remix featuring Bfb Da Packman. Last year, Guap can be heard on features like “HALO HALO (Remix)” by Shawn Wasabi, “Old School” with Marteen, and also on the deluxe version of Deante Hitchcock’s BETTER album on the introspective track “Déjà Vu.” Guapdad 4000 shared his Dior Deposits project back in 2019, which included a lengthy list of guest appearances including names like Maxo Kream, Denzel Curry, Slimmy B. G-Eazy, and more.
Be sure to watch Guapdad 4000’s new music video for “How Many” down below.