Young Thug’s sisters Dolly White & HiDoraah just released their debut 6 track mixtape ‘Slimestas’ and are making a name for themselves. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, the 2 siblings open up about their poverty stricken childhood, Thug getting his big break in music, and everything in between!
Atlanta artist GlassHouse Biggs just released his debut mixtape, ‘GlassHouse The Mixtape’ executive produced by Gudda Tay & D. Hill. The project has 14 tracks with no features and 1 bonus record. GlassHouse Biggs released the first single from the project, “Pots Boiling” mid summer and has been performing around clubs and venues throughout Atlanta.
Chicago artist SMB Stunna is ending the forth quarter with his latest release, “Blue Racks” produced by Chicago native, DJ Milticket. “Blue Racks” is SMB Stunna’s first single release post his debut mixtape, ‘Born Stunna” which released earlier this year with features from Mikey Dollaz and Hypno Carlito.
Strap is known as the 3rd member of the rap trio, Travis Porter. Travis Porter is responsible for hit records such as “Aww Yea”, “Go Shorty Go”, “Bananas”, “Ayy Ladies”, “Bring It Back” and “Make It Rain”. In a recent interview with The Progress Report, Strap speaks on dropping out of high school to pursue rap dream, solo career, and the status of Travis Porter as a collective.
“If it wasn’t for music I don’t know where I would be” ~ Strap Da Fool
“If you gone put in the work, you have to do it when nobody is watching”
LA’s own Dom Kennedy recently spoke to Lalaa Shepard of The Progress Report following his Win Or Lose concert in Atlanta about knowing his purpose, Mac Miller’s contributions to Hip Hop, reading list, favorite Anita Baker & Bobby Womack records, upcoming OPM compilation
BlueFace Bally is making noise throughout Atlanta with his 2 mixtapes Blue Face Trip & Overly High both executive produced by Dun Deal. Now Bally is back with a new single, “xVideos” produced by K Camp’s producer, Bobby Kritical.
“Don’t expect nothing out of people in 2018 & beyond” [Al Nuke]
In the Halloween edition of The Progress Report, Detroit native Al Nuke discusses coming from foster care system, being Zaytoven’s manager, directing the Birds Of A Feather films, and his new podcast, Nuke At Night. During the interview, Al Nuke gives tips for entrepreneurs to achieve longevity in their fields. He details his experience in prison, recalls dropping the ball with Birdman by having his emotions on his shoulders, his transition from Detroit to Atlanta, BMF’s impact in Detroit, difficulties with Netflix, defines the word “progress”, and shares thoughts on Usher and Zaytoven’s new album, A.
MPR Tito is a rapper from East Atlanta signed to Hoodrich Pablo Juan’s Money Power Respect label. In a new interview with The Progress Report, MPR Tito speaks on his first day out of prison and spending his most recent birthday at the Rolling Loud Music Festival with Gucci Mane and Asian Doll. MPR Tito also speaks about his upcoming mixtape, Eat Ya Faxe and the success of his debut mixtape, Rixh Blxxd.