Guapdad 4000 drops new collab with Denzel Curry

The rappers go hard on “Lil Scammer That Could.”

Guapdad 4000 and Denzel Curry have teamed up for a brand-new song, “Lil Scammer That Could.”

This marks the rappers’ second collaboration, following Guapdad’s Dior Deposits cut “Izayah,” which also featured KEY! and Maxo Kream. Both tracks were helmed by Los Angeles-based producer James Delgado.

Guapdad and Curry go hard on their latest collab, hurling arrogant bars at their nemeses. “Bitch, 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,” Guap spits.

“Lil Scammer That Could” is the follow-up to Guap’s 2019 debut album, Dior Deposits. Earlier this year, he hopped on a collab with Rich Brian for “Bali.” Curry, on the other hand, recently joined forces with Terrace Martin, Kamasi Washington, G Perico and Daylyt for the anti-police violence anthem, “Pig Feet.”

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Guap and Curry’s “Lil Scammer That Could” also dropped alongside a trippy visual, directed by Chris Simmons. Check it out below:

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