New Video: 300lbs of Guwop – “Pussy Class” | @300lbsofGuwop

300lbs of Guwop is fresh off the release of their debut album Sexual Education, but in the video for “Pussy Class,” they’re skipping ahead in school to do their own research. We find the comedic Daytona, Florida duo, made up of 300 Rez and DK Guwop, sleeping through their 2002 sex ed course to “TRL and Chill?” texts on their Nokia phones. At that point, they feel experienced enough to take over the class from their grey-haired teacher, wielding cucumbers like a regular Sue Johanson, and apply their education to real-life experiences with their classmates.

It’s one of many catchy, hilarious tracks from Sexual Education, which also features the recent single “I <3 FL,” and “Teefus,” a song used by Lil Wayne on his Dedication 6 mixtape which later became the song’s official remix.

Watch the video for “Pussy Class” above and listen to Sexual Education across all major streaming services.

Video: 300lbs of Guwop – Teefus

Daytona Beach natives 300 Rez and DK Guwop come together to form the eccentric duo known as 300lbs of Guwop. 300 Rez is known for his unmistakable, resonating deep tone, and undeniable melodies, while DK Guwop adds a quirky facet to their music that perfectly balances the work they create.

Following the release of their instantly-infectious track “Teefus,” 300lbs of Guwop call on director Ryan Lightbourn to visualize the vivacious single. Capturing the duo in their element, the official music video encompasses Rez and DK’s jovial demeanor, incomparable flare, and unmatched style, creating an extraordinary representation of what they truly represent.

“Teefus” is available now on iTunes.

300lbs of Guwop – Teefus

80 Proof Inc. signees and visually awe-inspiring artists 300 Rez and DK Guwop come together to form the outlandish duo 300lbs of Guwop. As the lead vocalist, 300 Rez is known for the inescapable deep tone of his voice and infectious anthem-like hooks, while DK Guwop provides an equally eccentric element to their music with his energetic demeanor and out-of-the-box lyrics. The Daytona, FL artists cement that same quirky notion with their jetsonmade-produced single “Teefus” — an undeniable, hard-hitting effort that finds 300lbs of Guwop sharing their lighthearted lifestyle and infusing it with unadulterated enjoyment the only way they know. Within an industry filled with carbon copies, 300 and DK prove to have an remarkably distinctive style. Expect 300lbs of Guwop’s official Ryan Lightbourn-directed music video for “Teefus” in the near future.