Follow the origins of today’s Atlanta trap sound and look no further than Jose Guapo. The Atlanta native popularized the tongue-twisting, rhythmic rap that pairs perfectly with a Southern accent.
Earlier on, Jose was one-part of Atlanta’s well-known rap group “Rich Kidz” known for hit songs like “My Partner Dem”. Shortly after going solo, Jose linked with Travis Porter and Street Execs, releasing his first solo single "Guaponese", giving the talented lyricist his first taste of solo success. Jose established himself in Atlanta’s rap scene as a member of the QC family while supporting other rising stars like the Migos and PeeWee Longway. His most recent project Lingo 2: The Return received critical acclaim as well as becoming an automatic fan favorite.
The Atlanta native has stacked up collaborations with some of rap’s hottest talent including super producer Metro BoominLil Yachty, Peewee Longway, and HoodRich Pablo Juan. With constant releases, including his smash hit “Run It Up” featuring Takeoff and YFN Lucci, Jose proves that even as the pioneer of Atlanta’s trap sound, he’s still ahead of the rap game.