Guapdad 4000 & Magnolia Ice Cream & Treats are providing complimentary, Waikiki exclusive Guapo halo halos to essential workers during the pandemic, categorized as the following:
1. Healthcare workers (doctors, nurses, homecare workers, childcare workers, clinicians, dental associates, etc.)
2. Food Service (restaurant owners/operators, servers, food manufacturing workers)
3. Hospitality (hotel workers, vacation rental workers, service drivers)
4. First Responders (police, firefighters)
1 photo per family allowed, but must wear a mask & stand 6 feet apart with limited occupancy in store.
First come, first served, while supplies last.
Scan the QR code to pre-save Guapdad’s latest single “How Many” produced by Illmind out on @paradiserising 2/12.
Watch the MYXclusives interview with Guapdad 4000 asjoined MYX Global LIVE on KUMU & Twitch to tell us funny mystical stories his Lola (Grandma) used to tell him in the Philippines, his childhood Filipino traits that he still has until today, meeting J.Cole & getting nominated for a Grammy, working with Rich Brian, Rona Raps, new music & much more.
Watch him take on the GRAMMYS in his own unique fashion below:
ABOUT GUAPDAD 4000:
Growing up in West Oakland provided the Grammy Nominated, Platinum recording artist Guapdad 4000 (born Akeem Hayes) with a vast treasure chest of invaluable inspiration, encouraging him early on in life to explore his innate talents. Guapdad’s profound sense of humor, paired with his aptitude for commanding attention, translated organically into his lighthearted freestyles and ignited his interest in developing his well-rounded capacities as a vocalist.
While navigating an upbringing challenged by both parents being in and out of jail at overlapping time frames, Guapdad 4000 began operating out of a necessity to both survive and take care of his siblings and grandmother. Driven by his greater desire to rise above such calamitous circumstances, he documented his ups and downs in his original content.
After releasing a slew of successful hits since in the summer of 2019, Guapdad 4000 released his highly anticipated debut album, “Dior Deposits” in October of 2019 in which he let his fans name for him. His album was later proclaimed a Top Ten Album of 2019 on New York Times. In addition to his singles setting the charts on fire and his solo album going viral, Guapdad also continues to build a buzz after his features on Dreamville’s RIAA Platinum “Revenge of the Dreamers 3” album by performing at prominent festivals nationwide, touring with P Lo, Earthgang (Dreamville) & Denzel Curry & being featured on songs within hop stars G-Eazy, Snoop Dogg & Chance the Rapper.
Guapdad got his nickname from his Lola, who always called him guapo or pogi which means “handsome” in Tagalog. Let’s welcome & raise our glasses to the only rapper to wear a Barong to NY fashion week.
Check out his “Halo Halo” remix produced by Shawn Wasabi below: