Guapdad 4000 Uses G-Eazy's Name to Score Free Goods in Visual for "First Things First"

Featuring a comedic cameo from YG and his team.

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A month after dropping his visual alongside Mozzy for “Scammin,” fast-rising singer-meets-rapper Guapdad 4000 has returned with another visual for his G-Eazy and Reo Cragun supported track, “First Things First.”

In comedic fashion, Guapdad starts off the video by stating that he doesn’t have any money for a new video and how they need a “white rapper” to help them. The visual soon erupts into a day-long journey that follows the artist as he attempts to shoot a low budget video. From finding clothes to wear for free at a local boutique, utilizing a Rolls Royce from a dealership to crashing G-Eazy’s music video set, the artist somehow manages to finesse his way into an entertaining visual. The ending sees Guapdad’s manager yelling at him over the phone, complaining about how he used G-Eazy’s name to score free goods to be used in the production.

You can watch the music video for Guapdad 4000 “First Things First” featuring G-Eazy and Reo Cragun above. The artist is slated to join P-Lo on tour later this Fall.

For more new music, don’t miss Normani’s head-turning dance routine in “Motivation.”

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