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Guapdad 4000 Cruises With Mozzy Down LA For Video For “Scammin”

With appearances on tracks “Costa Rica,” and “Wells Fargo” from Dreamville’s Revenge of the Dreamers III, Guapdad 4000 has released a new track titled “Scammin,” featuring Mozzy. It’s accompanied by unique and vibrant visuals. The track is approximately three minutes and has astounding production by Ekzakt. The hype instrumentals steeped in nocturnal piano chords as well as Lil Nas X and trolling.

Guapdad 4000 and Mozzy verses are an exchange of confidence about hustling and spending money. “Scammin” has a high thriller movie vibe to it. Put the rack into the next Fast And Furious movie and it fits perfectly! The track is an extension of his essential personality and shows his transparency as a young, wild, and free musician.

The Duo cruises in a sleek car riding under a low-light midnight haze as the two rappers ride top-down through the Las Vegas Strip. Multiple scenes of different types of people are throughout the video portrays the different levels and looks confidence can have. It’s sleek, pristine, thrilling, and enjoyable to watch. To gain the full thrilling experience, check it out below:

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